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'Human Rights Lawyer' has a particular connotation to the Republican movement in Northern Ireland. They are not neutral, but partisan and sectarian. This was proved by the letter sent to Leo Varadkar, Irish Prime Minister. There are a number of crimes committed by republican terrorists which fall within the definition of crimes against humanity. None of the so called 'human rights' law firms are even interested. The promotion of a narrow, exclusive, republican agenda, whilst ignoring the glaring sectarian hate crimes, is a travesty. The criticism referred to from what is a simpering, apologetic and pro-republican Northern Ireland media is justly deserved. If they can pick up on the glaring partiality, then the criticism has to be justified. The fact they are casting their net wider to garner support, shows the criticism is valid.
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