MAN TO FACE COURT ON NORTH BELFAST RIOT CHARGE

DETECTIVES investigating a riot at Denmarks Street in north Belfast last September have formally charged a man in connection with the public disorder.

Trouble erupted after loyalists gathered to protest at a republican march in the area on Sunday, September 2.

The 27-year-old man is accused of riotous assembly and is due to appear before Belfast Magistrates Court later on Thursday.

The charges will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.

 

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2 Responses to MAN TO FACE COURT ON NORTH BELFAST RIOT CHARGE

  1. on behalf of the pul community this is outrageous at end of day the republicans get away with evrything and it has to change

  2. bill says:

    on behalf of the pul community it is a disgrace that ppl are still being arrested for denmark street over 4 months later, when only a handfull of ppl arrested in a few weeks after riots in ardoyne and guns were used it wasnt investigated for months later, one law for pul community and another for republicans

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