In part four of an interview with the News Letter (links to other parts beneath article), Northern Ireland's lead prosecutor Barra McGrory tells Ben Lowry that he does not have regrets about charging Pastor James McConnell for his sermon on Islam:

The outgoing Director of Public Prosecutions has been involved in numerous controversial cases, as will be anyone in his position at any time, let alone when the legacy of the Troubles is disputed.

But perhaps no prosecution was more controversial than that of Pastor James McConnell, for making an anti Islamic sermon in 2014.

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