- Government-commissioned review found that state employees actively "furthered and facilitated" the loyalist murder of Mr Finucane
- The Army and Special Branch had advance notice of a series of planned UDA assassinations, but nothing was done
- De Silva found that employees of the state and stage agents played "key roles" in the Finucane murder
- The Army "must take a degree of responsibility" for targeting activities carried out by the UDA's Brian Nelson
- "Relentless" effort to defeat the ends of justice after Mr Finucane's killing and found that Army officials provided the MoD with highly misleading and inaccurate information
- Review found no evidence that any Govt was informed in advance of Mr Finucane's murder or knew about the subsequent cover-up
The family of Pat Finucane labelled today's review into his murder is a 'whitewash' despite 'shocking' levels of state collusion revealed.
A government-commissioned report found state agents were involved in the murder of Pat Finucane - but his widow dismissed it as a "sham".
The review into the death of a Catholic solicitor during the Troubles is expected to show state collusion with loyalist terrorists.