(From Guardian Unlimited)
Northern Ireland's Sinn F'in deputy first minister has criticised the handling of a police investigaton into murdered Catholic policeman Ronan Kerry.
Martin McGuinness hit out at the arrest of a 22-year-old Coalisland man whom he described as "completely innocent". McGuinness said the man's arrest in the County Tyrone town had caused anger in the community.
His remarks are bound to put him at odds with Peter Robinson, the Democratic Unionist first minister of Northern Ireland. Robinson and the DUP's key demand for Sinn F'in's entry into power-sharing government back in 2006 was that the republican party fully support policing and …