You know, it's a bad show really. All of us who served in Northern Ireland (and other places too) did what was asked of us without question and to the best of our ability. Sometimes it was bloody frightening, it was cold and wet but we got on with it.
Now when some of us need guidance and assistance the authority that was set above us then, giving out the orders is in a manner of speaking, no where to be seen.
Instead of having to ring this number or that number, finding out the person you are calling has left the answer phone on, or is not available for some reason, everyone should have received at least an e-mail giving the advice that some now seek.
At the end of the day the Coroners Court will get what it requests from those it contacts. You should not have to ask others, or seek legal advise at your own expense.
Someone in higher authority then, or now should corrisponde with all veterans who are or maybe affected, and in anticipation of those veterans receiving this letter.
A bloody bad show.
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