DUP politician says terrorist meeting he allegedly attended was flute meeting

DUP politician says terrorist meeting he allegedly attended was flute meeting
 

A DUP politician has claimed a terrorist meeting he is alleged to have attended was a flute event.
An anonymous whistleblower told BBC Northern Ireland’s Spotlight programme that councillor Wesley Irvine was seen ‘handing out leaflets’ at a UDA meeting earlier this year.
The programme reports the gathering of the paramilitary group’s north Down battalion, held at a community hall in Bangor one month before the General Election, was chaired by commander Dee Stitt.
And the anonymous source alleges that Mr Irvine, who is a former mayor of north Down, was seen at the meeting ‘handing out voter... read more

 
12 October 2017 in Hot News, Views: 28
Source: Metro
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