Adams - Collapse Of Stormont Case exposes political policing agenda
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams MP said that the not guilty verdicts in the case against three people charged in relation to what was dubbed 'Stormontgate' prove conclusively what Sinn Féin have been saying all along
about the case.
Mr Adams said:
"This operation was a blatant example of political policing aimed at collapsing the political institutions.
"Faceless securocrats subverted the democratic wishes of the electorate north and south who voted for the Good Friday Agreement.
"The collapse of this case should now focus attention onto the Special Branch and those responsible for planning, carrying out and authorising this entire operation.
"Their activities have continued unabated since then to the detriment of the conflict resolution process, including of course the arrest last week of respect Sinn Fein Assembly member Francie Brolly in a Special Branch smear