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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Desmond De Silva
British police and army agents planted inside Northern Ireland's major Protestant gang played a pivotal role in assassinating a Belfast attorney, a former U.N. war crimes investigator concluded in a damning report about one of the most divisive slayings of the entire four-decade conflict.
Mr. de Silva said he found no evidence from government and police files that Hogg or other government ministers had any forewarning of the attack on Finucane, and cited instead evidence that ministers sought to have Nelson prosecuted for murder.
"The prime minister must know that if we are to get to the bottom of this, we have to get to the top of it. And Desmond de Silva is trying to tell us: 'No, there was no top,'" Mark Durkan, a lawmaker who represents moderate Catholic opinion in Northern Ireland, told Mr. Cameron during the House of Commons debate on the report.