It is time those within Sinn Féin voiced a different opinion than the typical party line
Published 21/12/2015 | 02:30
As Gerry Adams begins yet another bout of bluster and spoof, trying to sidestep serious questions about his organisation and its associates, key questions have emerged.
How long can Sinn Féin keep Adams as 'life president' in light of what some of his key lieutenants see as an increasingly erratic performance?
What exactly is the nature of his allegiance to the IRA godfather Thomas 'Slab' Murphy, and why is it so steadfastly sustained?