CURRENT ISSUE:  OCTOBER 2023

This Just In: ABC SEEKS ACTION BY CONGRESS TO GET BRITISH GFA COMPLIANCE

Edited by John O’Brien 

“In the past few years, noted Chairman John Corcoran (PA), the UK has taken giant steps backward from the Irish peace process and the GFA by obstructing the truth of its crimes, corrupting justice and abandoning the rule of law in NI.”

“The fact that such retreating on the peace process is done with the connivance of the Labor Party is disturbing,” continued Mike Mellet (MD), “but despite the cowardice of British politicians, the resolve for Irish reunification has grown in Ireland, the EU and in America.”

Stated Kevin Barry (NJ):  The leadership of both the Ad Hoc Committee on Irish Affairs (Cochair Representative Richie Neal (MA) and the Ad Hoc Committee to Save the GFA (former Congressman James Walsh (NY) and Bruce Morrison (CT) Co-Chairs) have worked together    with the AOH, IAUC and the Brehon Law Society to warn of the pernicious Legacy law Parliament adopted and which has since been ruled in violation of international law.”

ABC member and former National Chairman of the Irish Northern Aid Committee Paul Murray (FL) stated: “A spineless Prime Minister Sunak passed on an opportunity to improve the Legacy bill by ignoring amendments proposed by the Committee for Justice and instead embraced a criminal cover-up as many as 1200 civilian killings with security forces collusion written all over them.”

“We have requested Members of Congress,” said Liz McGuire (NY), “take steps to oppose the Legacy law and to seek accountability from the U. S. Department of State for its inability to accurately portray Britain’s lawlessness in NI.”

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