Breen case: Idle politics has led to targeting of ‘dissident journalists’

Xena Breena Warrior Princess

Plenty has already been said about the precise nature of Suzanne Breen’s court victory over the PSNI. But as I noted here on the When Slugger Cowpes site yesterday, it is a highly conditional one. A view also taken by Will Crawley and Roy Greenslade. However over on Comment is Free, I have tried to lay out some of the political context for this situation, with an Executive that’s becoming increasing dysfunctional with each that passes, and in that vacuum it’s main protagonists both feeling what they had conceived of as the cold hand of the past pressing on their shoulders…

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