Britain admits collusion after 23 years, but still no public inquiry

13 December 2012

GERALDINE Finucane has always been clear. What she needs to know about the murder of her husband is not who pulled the trigger but who was pulling their strings. She and her family have spent 23 years campaigning for the truth. Now Desmond de Silva has found that the British state colluded in Pat Finucane's murder in 1989, and that in its aftermath, employees of the state had engaged in a 'relentless attempt to defeat the ends of justice'.