Our Garda Comissioner on a mission to stop a court ordered inquiry into the activities of the Glenane gang who apart from atrocities they committed in the North bombed Dublin and Monaghan… pic.twitter.com/dv477vFiQZ
— Tisme.mask on, hands washed (@ClionaQ) September 16, 2020
Say there is a few lads scratching there heads in the #Gardapressoffice tonight after our #Gardacommissioners brief cameo in #UnquietGraves. Not a good look for the Gardaí when the commissioner was actively involved in trying to bury report into Glennane Gang activities
— Seadhna Logan (@Seadhnalogan) September 16, 2020
I hope Neale Richmond, Patrick 0 Donovan and Varadkar are watching #UnquietGraves
— Eamon Melia (@EamonMelia) September 16, 2020
— John McDonagh (@JohnMcDonagh111) September 16, 2020
Some reaction to Garda Commissioner and former RUC Assistant Commissioner Drew Harris’s fleeting appearance (above right) in Unquiet Graves: The story of the Glenanne Gang, which was broadcast on RTÉ One.
The documentary details how rogue members of the RUC and UDR were centrally involved in the murder of the innocent civilians during the conflict in Northern Ireland.
It claimed state collusion facilitated the actions of known sectarian murderers in the killings of civilians in a campaign that was aimed at terrorising the most vulnerable in society.