Tebbit's IRA fury at star Rose

domingo, 14 de septiembre de 2008 |

Norman Tebbit said last night he would have liked to see actress Rose McGowan Shot after she declared she would have joined the IRA.

US star McGowan, 35, plays a Provo terrorist in new film Fifty Dead Men Walking — and sparked fury by praising their terror campaign.

She said: “Had I grown up in Belfast, I would 100 per cent have been in the IRA. My heart just broke for the cause.”

She added she could “understand” why the terror group used violence.

Ex-Tory minister Lord Tebbit, 77, whose wife Margaret was paralysed by an IRA bomb, hit out at the actress last night.

He said: “If she would have been happy to have been a terrorist, then I would have been happy to have seen her shot as she carried out her acts.”

He added: “Perhaps she would like to come and tell my wife why she supports the IRA.”

Via thesun.co.uk

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