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The informer / Sean O'Callaghan ; with a foreword by Liam Kennedy Unknown Binding – 1998

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  • Unknown Binding
  • ASIN: B00CVUXT96
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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This book was written by a man who consulted Spanish terrorists who told him to put small bombs on tourist beaches to destroy tourism. I wanted confirmation of how Shergar had died. He was killed by despicable monsters. The wonderful animal had more character and personality than the b's who gave him a gruesome death. I'm glad I only paid one penny for terrorist rubbish, I wish ill to the writer and the kidnappers. I am seventy years old, my horses will have a proper quiet death at home and terrorists can go and think about the way suffragettes gained the vote. Sure they made a nuisance of themselves, but did not harm innocent civilians. Emily Davison obviously had no idea a racehorse travelling at 40mph would kill her. Both horse and jockey survived. We placed flowers on her grave recently in her memory, pity we have no grave for Shergar.
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