“…I don’t believe that issuing threats against anyone is a good idea…”

Antrim Sinn Fein councillor, Annemarie Logue, has been warned by the PSNI that loyalists intend on shooting her. She was also warned that loyalists had intended on “carrying out an action” against her on a specified night last week.
DUP MLA and Antrim councillor, Trevor Clarke, thinks he knows why. Apparently, the Sinn Fein councillor’s “provocative language” was responsible, “no doubt motivating such actions.”
The ‘offending’ language allegation refers to criticism of a ratepayer-funded loyalist 11th Night bonfire which had a ‘KAT’ banner on it, as well as a ratepayer-funded kiddies bonfire in Antrim which culminated in a good ol’ flag burning.
And this on the day that First Minister Robinson claimed that “the Unionist community needs to be convinced by the republican leadership that the IRA is out of business for good.”
What chance that the DUP would end its equivocal relationship with loyalist paramilitarism any time soon?