Tuesday, September 06, 2005


Loyalists go on rampage

More disturbances from loyalists I see.

On Monday, a gang of loyalist youths went on the rampage in north Belfast around lunchtime, hijacking two vehicles including a soft-drinks lorry and setting them on fire.

The disturbance began as police officers moved in to search houses in the mainly loyalist Woodvale area at around midday.

PSNI officers and fire crews were also attacked with petrol bombs and stones during the violence.

On Sunday, up to 50 loyalist youths engaged in similar rioting as police conducted searches in the Enfield Street are of north Belfast.

Disgraceful stuff. Once again, unsurprisingly, no unionist politician was around to condemn the loyalist activity.


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