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   Thursday, January 31, 2013 - British High Court hears: One of David Cameron's closest advisors called the 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane (while Margaret Thatcher's was Prime Minister): "a dark moment in the country's history - far worse than anything that was alleged (about Briatin's actions) in Iraq/Afghanistan."

Email: the Prime Minister "shares the view this is an awful case, and as bad as it gets, and far worse than any post 9/11 allegation"

"Does the prime minister seriously think that it's right to renege on a previous government's clear commitment to hold a full judicial inquiry?... Mrs Finucane knows the name of the person who pulled the trigger. The question is who was pulling the strings?"

 See the story HERE-


 [Background: Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood was recently accused of not carrying out a thorough investigation into the ‘Plebgate’ scandal that led to the resignation of Tory chief whip Andrew Mitchell. Heywood is the most senior civil servant in the UK, an adviser to the Prime Minister responsible for the smooth running of the Cabinet. Sir Jeremy previously served as the principal private secretary to the Prime Minister, as well as the Downing Street chief of staff and the first and only Downing Street Permanent Secretary. He is a former Morgan Stanley managing director.]