Daily Ireland reports ‘Tohill loophole’…

I’VE been banging on about this for months, and yesterday Daily Ireland splashed with Ciaran Barnes’ story on what I was speculating about the day before – that charges of UDA membership might not stand up in court, since that organisation is on a Government-recognised ceasefire. If accurate, would it mean that the shift from use of witness to expert witness/physical evidence by the PSNI in a certain person’s case is of no legal consequence?

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