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    Efforts by Sinn Fein and the SDLP to block plans for a UK-wide FBI-style body to fight organised crime in Northern Ireland will harm the fight against child exploitation and the drugs trade, it was claimed.

    Time is rapidly running out to resolve the problem before legislation is passed at Westminster.
    Read more: Reject Britain's FBI plan and you’ll turn Northern Ireland into a crime capital, nationalists warned - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk


    No surprise to see SF/IRA coming down on the side of organised crime but what are the SDLP playing at? given the international scale of drugs, child exploitation, sex slave trade etc surely being part of this body would be a priority to any decent person, let alone a Public representative? Perhaps some of the SF/IRA or SDLP supporters on here can explain this one...
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    Given the history of British security services in Ireland, a sense of prudence in regard to this is only right. Policing in Northern Ireland must be totally accountable to the community given the disaster that was the RUC and the B-Specials. As I understand it, this organization would only be accountable to London, which is totally unacceptable for obvious reasons.

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    I think you could understand it yourself. Handing policing powers back to Westminster isn't likely to be an attractive proposition, is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Read more: Reject Britain's FBI plan and you’ll turn Northern Ireland into a crime capital, nationalists warned - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk


    No surprise to see SF/IRA coming down on the side of organised crime but what are the SDLP playing at? given the international scale of drugs, child exploitation, sex slave trade etc surely been part of this body would be a priority to any decent person, let alone a Public representative? Perhaps some of the SF/IRA or SDLP supporters on here can explain this one...
    We don't trust British security. We have enough of the sneaky fek'rs as it is!
    Police ombudsman Nula O'loan - We found collusion on a massive scale, murders, intimidation, directing terrorism, attempted murder, drug smuggling, the list of crimes is endless..

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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Read more: Reject Britain's FBI plan and you’ll turn Northern Ireland into a crime capital, nationalists warned - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk



    No surprise to see SF/IRA coming down on the side of organised crime but what are the SDLP playing at? given the international scale of drugs, child exploitation, sex slave trade etc surely been part of this body would be a priority to any decent person, let alone a Public representative? Perhaps some of the SF/IRA or SDLP supporters on here can explain this one...
    No need to, it's in the article you posted.
    Nationalist parties see the new body as having the potential to compromise accountability mechanisms such as the Policing Board.
    Read more: Reject Britain's FBI plan and you’ll turn Northern Ireland into a crime capital, nationalists warned - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk
    Try reading first before going on a witch hunt.

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    No surprise to see sycophantic subjugated unionist mugs wanting to play to the tune of Westminster and not to the north

    The past and historical fact is as good as an explanation as any to oppose these dodgy and shadowy and unaccountable groups and individuals who where up to their necks on collusion, state terrorism and their own agenda. This group is only accountable to Westminster, and not to the PSNI. New future my arse.

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    Ah i see, so nationalists (well the unrepresentative crew we have on here at least) believe international child abusers and drug dealers should have a free hand in NI because 'we' don't trust the Brits... pathetic and shameful...
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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Ah i see, so nationalists (well the unrepresentative crew we have on here at least) believe international child abusers and drug dealers should have a free hand in NI because 'we' don't trust the Brits... pathetic and shameful...
    That's completely inaccurate, as you well know. The PSNI are, and should be, equipped to deal with child abusers and drug dealers, and can liaise where necessary with this "FBI-style" group. Unaccountable policing by shadowy forces based in Britain is in the past, and there it must stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Ah i see, so nationalists (well the unrepresentative crew we have on here at least) believe international child abusers and drug dealers should have a free hand in NI because 'we' don't trust the Brits... pathetic and shameful...
    Would you rather republicans or Catholics be the focus and deflect attention away from child abusers and drug dealers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glaucon View Post
    That's completely inaccurate, as you well know. The PSNI are, and should be, equipped to deal with child abusers and drug dealers, and can liaise where necessary with this "FBI-style" group. Unaccountable policing by shadowy forces based in Britain is in the past, and there it must stay.
    The National Crime Agency (NCA) will take on most of the functions of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) and some from the UK Borders Agency.

    Soca already has an office here but that will close later in the year unless issues are resolved.
    Read more: Reject Britain's FBI plan and you’ll turn Northern Ireland into a crime capital, nationalists warned - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk

    shameful and pathetic...
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