Here is a simple test to help sharpen any individuals mathematical skills. All you have to do is count up the number of MI5 “assets” which are now linked to the Kincora scandal?
You may find it easier to find the answer if you put the question in reverse mode, “How many MI5 “assets” are NOT linked to the Kincora scandal?
There seems to be an upsurge of interest in Kincora, due to the fact the court judgement is to be given whether Kincora will be added to the latest UK cover-up operation which is supposed to be investigating abuse in the UK.
The latest cover-up is officially named the Goddard inquiry. You can only assume Goddard and her accomplices are members of the “Magic circle” given the number of tricks and sleight of hand deceptions they have pulled of so far .
They have performed all their tricks in broad daylight and in the full glare of public scrutiny as well.
Another recent article by Henry McDonald implies a number of MI5 “assets.” However his claims cannot be taken too seriously as he reveals his “source” of information was the late David Blunderman Ervine of GFA lundyism fame.
Kincora could well have been sorted out long ago if “journalists” had the backbone to publish all the information which they imply they possess.
My answer to the Mathematics test would lead me to believe there is at least one “dirty dozen MI5 “assets” directly linked to Kincora. I am not claiming this is the right answer it should be noted.