RIRA claim three Derry attacks,one on PSNI officers family.

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  1. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    Did'nt Bugsy say things in Norn Iron were getting better?.....The has also been kneecappings in Twinbrook this week too.

    Return to the old ways?...


  2. I spoke to the officer in question by phone this morning, he's cool thank God. They're a lovely family.
  3. The Reals do not enjoy popular support in the wider Nationalist community. There may be tiny enclaves of support. What is needed is for a few of their volunteers to end up on a slab. Do the SF in Norn Iron have an offensive capability these days?
  4. Don't think so...

    Thank god no one got killed.

  5. My bold - With Sir 'Hug' now out of the chair and safe on the mainland as grand wizard of ACPO, the new incumbant could well decide to open the kennel doors.

    It'll have to be 'cleared' of course with every fcukwit with previous jail form not forgetting members of the newly resettled folk from Eastern Europe and their interpreters, all now sitting on local area police committes.
  6. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    More consessions to the 'cause'...

    "A PSNI Assistant Chief Constable has said there are no immediate plans to close three police stations in county Antrim.

    There were fears that Hillsborough, Randalstown and Ballyclare stations would be closed following comments made by a senior officer earlier this week.

    But ACC Alistair Finlay said the comments had been taken out of context.

    He said all three stations would remain open for 'the foreseeable future'.

    District Commander Chief Superintendent Henry Irvine indicated to a District Policing Partnership meeting earlier this week that there were plans to review the status of the stations.

    However, ACC Finlay said that did mean they were going to close.

    Last month, the Policing Board agreed to proposals to sell off 26 stations.

    Another 26 are under strategic review, but the Assistant Chief Constable stressed that the three in question are not part of that.

    However he said that the status of all stations is constantly being assessed, including opening hours and services provided.

    "This is a dynamic list of properties that will move as the service delivery structures move," ACC Finlay said.

    "The stations are a small part of that and the focus is more in terms of service delivery."

    He denied that it was the wrong time to re-assess the status of police stations in the light of the threat from dissident republicans.

    "Police stations in themselves don't deliver that reassurance - policing does that, and policing is delivered by people," ACC Finlay continued."

  7. Nothing will seem to happen to these terrorists.

    Wrong time for the cuts.