Today Malachy McAllister has been deported by U. S. Department of Homeland Security to Ireland not because he was a threat to America. Nor was he wanted by any Country for a crime. He was an eyewitness to and victim of police lawlessness, corruption in N. I. and its cover-up and fled with his family to the United States. The Royal Ulster Constabulary, now PSNI, is the most lawless, corrupt and political police force in Europe. With this action American justice is again stained by the “special relationship.” Britain is desperate to bury this legacy. It has spent the last 20 years undermining the U. S. backed Good Friday Agreement and covering up the collusion of MI-5, British Army and police in the killings of hundreds. PM Johnson even plans to grant effective impunity to all British security services personnel involved in killing innocent civilians in the North and thus protect their deceitful narrative of upholding democracy and the rule of law.
We ask Americans who wish to fight this and many other injustices in N. I. to join the American Brexit Committee’s appeal to Congress for hearings on the Good Friday Agreement and for opposition to any proposed US-UK trade deal until obligations of agreements are fulfilled. That means sanctions are to be levied against those who managed the assassinations of lawyers Patrick Finucane & Rosemary Nelson, those who ordered the Dublin Monaghan bombings; and for the carnage of British agents who alone have killed or caused the killing of hundreds of non-combatants; for the Ballymurphy murders, the killing of Sgt Joe Campbell, Ray McCord and Seamus Ludlow and hundreds of others. Britain will get their US-UK trade deal but not until Americans get truth and accountability for their crimes in Ireland and N. I. And for good measure lets return Malachy to the land of the free and the home of the brave.