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£100,000 'found in dissident republican house' says IMC

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gypsy
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Nov 5 2010 16:52
£100,000 'found in dissident republican house' says IMC
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

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Nov 5 2010 17:59
allybaba wrote:
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

Is that a joke?

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Nov 5 2010 18:53
jef costello wrote:
allybaba wrote:
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

Is that a joke?

I was implying that some of it came from drug dealing and protection.

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Nov 6 2010 04:24
allybaba wrote:
jef costello wrote:
allybaba wrote:
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

Is that a joke?

I was implying that some of it came from drug dealing and protection.

I'd imagine that too, along with some smuggling, but I think it's worth being a bit more explicit.

First they came for the pizza boys, and I did not speak out...

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Nov 6 2010 10:31
jef costello wrote:
allybaba wrote:
jef costello wrote:
allybaba wrote:
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

Is that a joke?

I was implying that some of it came from drug dealing and protection.

I'd imagine that too, along with some smuggling, but I think it's worth being a bit more explicit.

First they came for the pizza boys, and I did not speak out...

Yeah I was gonna put a link to the bbc page, but didnt want to piss Mike off with my constant links to bbc scab page laugh out loud

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Nov 7 2010 10:55

Don't question the admins or you'll be cenSSored

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Nov 8 2010 08:30
allybaba wrote:
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

Perhaps a certain bookshop fundraiser was especially profitable?

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Nov 8 2010 09:26
Spaßmaschine wrote:
allybaba wrote:
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A report into paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland has revealed that police found £100,000 in a County Armagh house being used by dissident republicans.

Wonder where all that money came from?

Perhaps a certain bookshop fundraiser was especially profitable?

Not only that-a little bird told me that Ciaran Murphy's album sales attribute to around 25% of all dissident republican income. wink

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Nov 8 2010 13:31

donations by supporters?

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Nov 8 2010 14:57
Entdinglichung wrote:
donations by supporters?

Hehe you have personally told me about alot of dodgy dealings in NI dissident groups wink

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Nov 8 2010 15:14
Weeler wrote:
No idea what you're on about.

Its a private bookfair injoke

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Nov 9 2010 15:54
Weeler wrote:
I just mean in this thread generally.

Oh right well it was a news story from Saturday. Was gonna put the link in but Mike didn't want links to go to the bbc website due to the strike. Here it is-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-11691559

I guess you knew about it allready.