Deputy Pearse Doherty says party are fully behind Gerry Adams after ‘Disappeared’ documentary

gerrySinn Feins Finance spokesperson has played down claims that Gerry Adams position as party leader is under increased pressure after last nights ‘Disappeared’ documentary.
In a Boston College taped interview with deceased IRA commander Brendan Hughes, which was played for the first time last night in the BBC programme, Hughes accused Mr Adams of ordering Jean McConville’s killing.
Also founder Provisional IRA member Billy McKee branded Mr Adams’ denials over his alleged role in the Disappeared as “damn lies”.
But Mr Adams has strongly denied the claims, accusing his critics of “telling lies” about him.
Donegal Sout-West Deputy, Pearse Doherty, who has been tipped as a future leader of Sinn Fein, has said the claims made against Gerry Adams last night are nothing new:

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