PSNI: Incompetence, Indifference, Sectarian or Something More Sinister?

Loyalists in the village of Stoneyford, Co. Antrim, have been at their work again. This time, a young catholic family narrowly survived an attempt to burn them to death in their home, in the latest in a long line of sectarian attacks in the village.
What has once again raised eyebrows, however, is the inexplicable refusal of the PSNI to label the attack as ‘sectarian.’ Like Ahoghill last Summer, and the appalling sectarian murder of Thomas Devlin, the PSNI once again stand accused of downplaying loyalist violence.


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