Forgiven for slaughter
Members of the IRA unit that bombed Claudy were “forgiven for their sins” by warped Provo priest Fr James Chesney.
After learning that they had massacred nine innocents, some of the killers broke down in tears.
But they were consoled by callous Chesney who absolved them of their sins in a depraved confessional ceremony.
Each bomber had to confess their full role in the slaughter to the corrupt cleric, who told them that if they prayed to God they would be forgiven.
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