Let’s consider the crime first, shall we?
“October 10 1981, two civilians were killed when an IRA bomb exploded outside Chelsea Barracks in London, the headquarters of the Irish Guards. The bomb, which had been left in a laundry van, detonated as Nora Field, 59, went shopping for groceries for her elderly mother. John Breslin, 18, died in hospital after being injured by the 30lb bomb. He was sitting on a wall when the device packed with more than 1,000 nails exploded. Fifty other people, including about 20 Irish Guardsmen, were injured by shrapnel.”
Can you imagine the scene? Those poor poor people.
Triple killer Paul Kavanagh was sentenced to five life terms for blowing up Chelsea Army Barracks.
He got out of jail care of the Belfast Agreement. Mrs Field and Mr Breslin remained in their graves.
He has now been provisionally proposed (sic) to become a Governor of a Grammar School in Northern Ireland. Sinn Fein seek the destruction of Grammar Schools. He is married to convicted IRA bomber and Sinn Fein MLA Martina Anderson.
This is the face of the shiny new Northern Ireland. Convicted killers like Kavanagh lifted up into high office, their victims callously forgotten.