Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has denied he has any knowledge of child sex abusers moved to the South by the IRA during the Troubles and has called on former IRA volunteers to pass on information in relation to sexual abuse cases to authorities.
Adams, who delivered an address on “recent political developments” during a party rally in Belfast yesterday morning, said “the Taoiseach has repeatedly claimed that he has knowledge on alleged...
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