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Director responds to 'Unquiet Graves' criticism

Seán Murray


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I am grateful for the opportunity to respond to Eoghan Harris's article criticising our film Unquiet Graves on the basis of the credibility of a whistleblower (former policeman and self-confessed RUC murderer John Weir), bias against the RUC, and the source of the film's funding. I will deal with these in turn.

John Weir: Mr Weir's credibility was the subject of judicial scrutiny. Justice Henry Barron determined that his evidence was "credible" overall. Garda officers who interviewed him in 1999 concluded that he was an "intelligent and discerning man who is a very convincing witness".


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