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Gerry Adams urged to withdraw slur about murdered young man




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21-year-old Paul Quinn was beaten to death by IRA activists in South Armagh, back in 2007. His parents have now called on Gerry Adams to withdraw what they think is a slur against their murdered son, whom Adams branded a ‘criminal.’

And they also challenged Mr. Adams to provide Gardai with all the information he has in relation to the case.

At the time, Sinn Fein actively promoted the notion that Quinn had been killed due to his involvement in criminal activity in South Armagh.

But Gardai believe that the real reason for the slaying was that Quinn ‘disrespected’ a local IRA leader, who, according to them, is also a Sinn Fein activist well known locally.

Quinn’s parents are now calling for a meeting with Mr. Adams so he can publicly withdraw his comments about their slain son.

 

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