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BBC Ireland correspondent Mark Simpson said the report "is expected to confirm that the authorities at the time were aware of the suspected involvement of a priest in the atrocity - but failed to arrest him".
"Instead, a secret deal was done between the Catholic Church and the state to move Fr Jim Chesney across the border into County Donegal,"
A detective who wanted to arrest Fr Chesney after the attack was told by the Assistant Chief Constable that "matters are in hand".
Originally posted by Big Raging Loner
This is still happening today, youths are being indoctrinated into extremist groups. In particular the Real I.R.A and Continuity enjoy modest support in Lurgan and South Armagh. I believe vulnerable young men in these areas are at risk, from former Provisional and I.N.L.A members.