GEORGE HAMILTON 25 YEARS IN THE SECTARIAN NAZI RUC
George Hamilton from a family Soaked in Blood of Orange Order
GEORGE HAMILTON FAMILY IN SATANIC CEREMONIES.
GEORGE HAMILTON FAMILY IN THE FREEMASONS.
GEORGE HAMILTON ANCESTORS IN SECTARIAN ACTIVITY
PAEDO ‘HARBINSON’ BACK IN ORANGE HALL WHERE HE RAPED YOUNG GIRL !
I personally request that you provide the Police Ombudsman with the information he has requested regarding my allegation that my brother John Larmour, a serving member of the RUC, was deliberately sacrificed by certain members of RUC Special Branch – when he was murdered on October 11, 1988 in my family ice cream parlour – so that they could recruit a ‘super tout’ within the higher echelons of the IRA.
And that those Special Branch members are as guilty as those who pulled the triggers.
Mr Baggott avoided dealing with my five letters hand-delivered for his personal attention over the past year. His office, now your office, subsequently withheld the information the Police Ombudsman requested regarding the murder of my brother John.
I look forward to receiving better treatment from you Mr Hamilton.
Hamilton said that officers are ready to face the challenging marching season and that the PSNI's public order units are prepared should violence erupt.
Mutual aid officers from other UK forces are also on standby should assistance be needed during disorder.
Last year, on July 12, mutual aid was required from England, Wales and Scotland after serious trouble erupted in the Ardoyne area of Belfast.
Ahead of any potential deployment, Police Federation chairman Terry Spence warned of concerns among mutual aid officers that they were not being sufficiently paid for their duty, that training was inadequate, and they were not properly equipped to deal with the environment.
Mr Spence said that mutual aid officers should be allowed to carry firearms for personal protection.
The First and Deputy First Ministers have cancelled a planned investment trip to Brazil over fears of trouble during this summer's parades.
Peter Robinson said he believed that "things are so serious that to be out of Northern Ireland at this time would be entirely wrong".