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Minister Flanagan Condemns Belfast Murder



The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan T.D., has condemned this morning’s murder of a Belfast man.


"I condemn this morning's cold-blooded murder in Belfast and the attacks in recent days in Derry and in Belfast which displayed a callous disregard for others and undermine the greater good.


"This murder in the Markets area of Belfast was particularly heinous, taking place in a residential area, when people were going to work and children to school. 


"Those who murder, or who attempt to do so, seek only to bring us back to a past which the community has left behind.  I call on anyone with information on these attacks to bring it to the attention of the PSNI.”





Press Office

05 May 2015