Conspiracy of silence that shields Tory Kincora paedophile a symptom of State’s sordid double deals
28 January 2015
Will we ever get to know the identity of the Tory MP who, during the 1970s, was a frequent visitor to the Kincora Boys’ Home in Belfast?
With only a few days left before the deadline expires on confidential documents and other material relating to the Kincora scandal reaching the Northern Ireland Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, there is increasing doubt that we will ever find out the name of this alleged Conservative child-sex tourist.
Liam Clarke’s exclusive – reported in the Belfast Telegraph last week and based on the testimony of two police officers who investigated Kincora – contained a number of intriguing and disturbing elements.
He revealed the deadline of January 31 as the cut-off point for all the files arriving on the desk of the inquiry’s chairman, Sir Anthony Hart.
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