PSNI facilitating loyalist roadblocks
The failure of the PSNI to move small numbers of loyalists from busy public roads has brought Belfast and nearby towns to a halt for several hours at a time this week during some the busiest days of the year.
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Ellesmere Port, UK
#1 Dec 15, 2012
more sxxte from a shxxxy rag.
#2 Dec 15, 2012
They should have been moved off the road in any instance whether that was peacefully, pushed or beaten off it, they should be moved!
They may get angry, break and burn things but like their counterparts on the Dissident Republican side, they will wreck their own areas anyway so let them at it!
#3 Dec 19, 2012
The PSNI are leaving themselves open to suggestions that they are wanting them to do this because if it had been any other group for any other reason they woukd have been moved... And why arent the poloticians asking why they werent moved.... Maybe because they also want disruption??????
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