Assassinating Rosemary Nelson’s character

By eirigi

On April 19, 2005 the inquiry into the death of Rosemary Nelson by a British-appointed inquiry team opened at Craigavon Civic Centre. The chairman, (Sir) Michael Morland, laid great emphasis on the independence of the inquiry and stated that decisions as to the work of the Inquiry would be “ours and ours alone”. He further stated that “we will resist any attempt to take over or improperly influence the Inquiry which may be made by any body, organisation or special interest group”.

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