PSNI admission about the Provos proves that dissidents aren't main threat to peace process
Published 22/08/2015 | 02:30
Just a fortnight ago, the PSNI Chief Constable joined former IRA chief-of-staff Martin McGuinness on a platform at the West Belfast Festival.
It was another Kodak moment for the peace process. The PSNI chief George Hamilton was well received at the packed debate.
The only "bad guys", according to the cosy narrative, were the dissident protesters who blasted republican music outside the venue.