I’m not in the habit of posting links, which I believe noteworthy, but to which I have nothing to add. Today I must make an exception after reading O’Neill’s piece about Edgar Graham on A Pint of Unionist Lite. Graham was only twenty nine years old when he was callously murdered by republican terrorists, because he was both talented and a unionist. O’Neill unfolds events surrounding the murder, in a post which is simultaneously a tribute and a poignant appeal to fellow unionists not to take freedom to articulate their position for granted.
If you have not yet read it, I urge you to do so.