Congregation at St. Patrick's Cathedral told "Martin McGuinness was one of those who had the courage and vision to see a path forward."
Close to a thousand joined Senator George Mitchell and Sinn Féin’s deputy leader in New York City to remember the IRA-commander-turned-peacemaker.
McGuinness headstone refers to the former Deputy First Minister as an “óglach”, the word used for a member of the IRA.
So valuable was Stakeknife to the British they even let another informer die to protect him.
"The virtual canonization we saw last week at his funeral -- with Bill Clinton doing his folksy thing -- was badly misguided."
Until just after midnight on March 20, he was our North Star, writes Máirtín Ó Muilleoir.
“He was also a political prisoner, a negotiator, a peacemaker, a healer… he was famously and hugely interested in people.”
“Martin McGuinness grabbed me in a bear hug. “We did it,” he said, referring to the president coming to Ireland.”
“If you seek Martin McGuinness’s monument, his legacy – look around you.” Sinn Fein leader honored in his hometown Derry.
“When he decided to fight for peace, Martin was calm, courageous, and direct. And when he gave his word, that was as good as gold,” Bill Clinton said.
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