Northern Irish police will march in NY St. Patrick’s Day parade despite threats

New York’s St Patrick’s Day parade organizers have not rescinded an invitation to members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland to march in the parade.

Strongly of the view the PSNI marching alongside their Garda colleagues in N/Y will be welcomed by all those who support Peace in Ireland.

 

Meanwhile an attempt to kill a PSNI officer in Belfast failed when the bomb was discovered after it fell off the underside of a car. Dissidents were believed responsible.

Terry Spence of the Police Federation stated:
“It is clear that the blood lust of these people and the hatred shows no bounds, and they will stop at nothing.

"We are determined they will not succeed, but the reality is they are ruthless. That device fell off the underside of a car.

"If a child or an adult had picked it up this morning they could have been killed.

"That is the ruthlessness dissidents continue to show."

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