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Nama arrests likely to stymie any Stormont inquiry

New DUP chair Emma Little Pengelly said she would be asking the National Crime Agency (NCA) for advice on how not to “prejudice” the criminal inquiry
THE  theme of this week was that one investigation may stop another. As the assembly resumed its Nama inquiry, new DUP chair Emma Little Pengelly said she would be asking the National Crime Agency (NCA) for advice on how not to “prejudice” the criminal inquiry. With the NCA now making arrests, it is hard to see how Stormont can hear any incriminating testimony. At the inquest into the 1976 Kingsmill massacre, the PSNI announced it was reopening its investigation after matching a palm print to a finger print. It is remarkable that this was missed for 40 years, including by a[...]
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