ANY potential political crisis that commentators thought might occur in the wake of the Quinn murder in Cullyhanna has been largely imagined – and now it has been neutralised by the DUP’s Peter Robinson. All that ran before can be seen as posturing to keep the DUP rank-and-file happy. Robinson said: “I do not believe that there was, on the basis of information that I have, a decision taken at some central command. But it is important to establish whether the IRA as an organisation even locally was involved. We want to wait until the proper investigation is carried out by the gardai and supported by the PSNI. It (the murder) is an important issue and it cannot be swept to the side.” Politically, it already has.