I wonder if “incontrovertible, beyond any shadow of doubt” is sufficiently unambiguous for the Unionists ?
The lack of photographic evidence is clearly a red-herring. The protestant and catholic church witnesses would have to be colluding in some kind of consipracy for the Unionists to have the slightest case. Grow up fellas.
Or alternatively … late news flash … de Chastelain’s mob were totally incomptetent (or impotent), and really didn’t oversee neutral appointment of their witnesses. If they didn’t do that what exactly were they hired for ?