Posted By: September 29, 2022

Capitol Hill. Wednesday, September 28, 2022—Leading victims’ campaigner Raymond McCord, Sr. —a Belfast Protestant—has issued the following statement to the Irish National Caucus for dissemination, and release of his film
in the United States. (Film link below statement).
              Raymond McCord, Sr. on behalf of The Truth and Justice Movement.
“On Wednesday, September 28 at 3:00 PM GMT (10:00 AM EDT), a heartbreaking film of 8 victims was shown, “THE VICTIMS STORIES.” The event was organized by Senator Emer Currie of the Irish Senate in Dublin. The screening was in the AV room in the Irish Parliament building Leinster House, Dublin, in front of TDs, Senators, journalists, and members of our group.
The film was also scheduled to be shown in British Parliament buildings but had to be postponed because Parliament was closed because of the death of the Queen). And on Thursday, September 29th the first public screening will be shown at Queen’s University, Belfast.
“The Victims Stories,” tells the true tragic stories of the murders and coverups of their family members, including my 22-year-old son Raymond Jr., by State-paid terrorists/agents and State security forces in Northern Ireland and England.
 During the filming by a media company, every victim broke down, including the cameraman. It is a film that needs to be seen by every politician in the UK, and America, particularly those in Westminster who will be voting on the immoral Legacy Troubles “Amnesty” Bill. The British government has the audacity to call it the Legacy and Reconciliation Bill.
The film is about truth, and the heartache of it will be seen and felt, along with the hypocrisy of the British government. Some victims have been fighting for truth and justice for over 50 years. A common theme in every murder is the lack of a proper investigation, and the fact that most of the murders were carried out by paid state agents/informers. Indeed, one agent/informer was proven to have been paid at least £80, 000 by his police handlers—while he continued to commit many murders for the terrorist organization the UVF. The leader of the UVF sent his murder gangs out to kill hundreds of innocent victims while he worked under the control of the UK’s security agencies as their agent and spy.
This is an invitation to you and your friends in both Houses to join us victims, politicians, and supporters. This is a film the likes of which has never been seen before. No human being with an ounce of decency could vote for or agree with the Legacy “Amnesty” Troubles Bill after watching and listening to 8 honest men and women telling the horrifying stories of murders that the government is afraid of.
Only the guilty fear the truth.”
Mr. Mc Cord concluded by stating: “I acknowledged in the film the fantastic support of Father Sean McManus and Barbara Flaherty of the Irish National Caucus in our quest for truth and justice.”