Responding to the report Pat Finucane's widow Geraldine said:
"We have had no chance to assess the evidence for ourselves first-hand. We are expected to take the word of the man appointed by the British Government... We have tried our best to keep an open mind until we had read and considered the final report.
"We came to London with the hope that for once we would be proved wrong. I regret to say that once again we have been proved right. Yet another British Government has engineered a suppression of the truth behind the murder of my husband."
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.