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Monday, 3 January 2011


Fair Facebook page has announced another memorial anniversary for the Kingsmill victims. A few articles have appeared which examine events which occured in the proximity of the Kingsmill Massacre.

HET reports are expected relating to these incidents. Whether any light will be shed on the identity of the character who is claimed to have had an "English accent" is not known.

Suzanne Breen reports this story, you have to ask yourself who would benefit from criculating false documents?

"In 1999, the Rev Ian Paisley used parliamentary privilege to accuse him of organising the atrocity. Paisley said his information came from an RUC document. The police said there was no such document and Reavey was entirely innocent. The only survivor of Kingsmill, Alan Black, says he knows Reavey wasn't involved.

"Ian Paisley was given a false document but it's time for him to retract his accusation," Reavey says. "Paisley has made admirable compromises in recent years, making peace with old enemies, entering government with Sinn Féin. He's regarded as a statesman. He must do the decent thing."

An incident occured in the life of King David and the people of Israel by which God punished them and they could not understand why. Eventually they discovered it was because they had not punished the mass-murderers of innocent people which took place during the reign of the former king. God punished them by taking away their water supply. You can look the narrative up for yourself if you do not believe me.

Deut 21:9
So shalt thou put away the guilt of innocent blood from among you, when thou shalt do that which is right in the sight of the LORD.

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