Sorry Belfast, try this http://politics.guardian.co.uk/devolvedpolitics/story/0,9137,481305,00.html
Here it is if you do not want to follow the link: from Leader
Tuesday May 1, 2001
Now Mr Adams' partner in the republican leadership has broken that convention. Martin McGuinness has ended decades of denial and hedging to admit what close observers said they always knew: that he was a senior figure in the IRA, serving as the organisation's number two in Derry at the time of the Bloody Sunday massacre in 1972.
Suspose the Guardian jurnos like a pint aswell, only joking.
McG of H, are you under the impression that the IRA will prevent the dissidents from taking over, what happened on Friday? Being the most influentuential of all the terrorists/paramilitaries in Ireland thay do set the pace. If they say it's over it is, Adams admits the violence sets the peace process back,if he can do that then the loyalist crowd can and we can get back to the GFA again.