Breaking News Man shot dead on M1 Belfast

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  1. Just breaking on the BBC no link yet.
  2. Not officially confirmed yet but is being reported as a prison warden on his way to work in Maghaberry. The dissidents have been threatening to attack prison wardens for some time due to their complaints about the way their prisoners are getting treated.
  3. Sympathies to the family. Very sad. Shocking too.
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  4. Wonder if there's any connection with the incident at Sprucefield this AM.

    I've family working in Maghaberry.
  5. Lurgan ,Portadown , Colin Duffy certainly wouldn't be involved, welcome to the bad old days.
  6. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    Sincere condolences
  7. RIP
    There will be no end to this pointless drip drip of killing and the odd bomb doubt even if unification would stop it as it wouldnt be the Galeic socailist nirviarnia and even if it was the right sort of patriots wouldnt be in charge :(.
    Cant even kill the bastards as that just adds to the glamour for the next generation of idiots :(
  8. From my point of view, by far the most worrying thing about the current campaign in NI is that it shows up the deficiencies in "ordinary civil policing" when faced with a well organised, disciplined & locally raised guerilla organisation.
  9. HHH

    HHH LE

    If nothing else it would have pulled the motorway patrols off the M1 to close the off-slips for a while.

  10. unfortunatly they dont have to be very good or disciplined if they manage to keep at least one volunteer out of the grave or jail the "glorious campign for freedom can continue:(.
    they have given up on winning the plan is to avoid normalisation couple of murders a year should achieve that :(.
  11. Nothing more than a pointless and barbaric murder. The more worrying thing is that Sinn Fein will drag there feet about condemming this, confirming that they are definitely not committed to peace.
  12. Martin McGuiness condemned it this morning in a joint statement with Peter Robinson. Some of the local Shinners have been on condemning it as well.

    Still annoys me to hear them doing it after the amount of prison wardens, cops and UDR members they killed in exactly the same type of circunstances but they have been pretty quick off the mark condemning murders by dissidents recently and the condemnations have had fewer 'qualifying' remarks than they used to have.
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