BRITAIN 'WAS BEHIND IRA LAWYER'S MURDER'
Alan Simpson, one of the Royal Ulster Constabulary’s most senior investigators, was called in after Republican solicitor Pat Finucane was gunned down at his Belfast home in February 1989.
In his book Duplicity And Deception, to be published this week, he recalls that a few days after the murder he was visited by Wilfred Monahan, the then RUC Assistant Chief Constable.
After watching a video of the crime scene, Mr Monahan, who has since died, said : “Alan, if I were you I wouldn’t get too deeply involved in this one.”
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