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Fire bomb attackers are 'bankrupt thugs', says Fed

Northern Irish officers escaped serious injury on Easter Monday despite being pelted with bricks and fire bombs.

Youths attack Police vehicles as they try to prevent Members of Derry 1916 Easter Commemoration committee take part in an unregistered parade in the the Creggan area. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Youths attack Police vehicles as they try to prevent Members of Derry 1916 Easter Commemoration committee take part in an unregistered parade in the the Creggan area. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Date - 3rd April 2018
By - JJ Hutber- Police Oracle
Petrol bomb attacks on PSNI officers on Monday were attempts to kill or seriously maim police, the federation says. The bombs were hurled at police during a republican parade in Londonderry on Monday. Flames ignited around heavily armoured...
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