Crown forces accused of death threat
A death threat sent to a mother of two and her partner may have been
the work of the crown forces, says Sinn Féin's Sean Hayes.
The threat, along with a .38 bullet, arrived in the post at the
woman's house and warned her and her partner that they would be
The threat referred to the woman's partner using an insulting
`nickname' that only the RUC use.
The man was shot and almost killed by loyalists about ten years ago.
Prior to the shooting a UDR Greenfinch and a Scots soldier were
convicted of giving the man's details to loyalists, although the RUC
didn't inform the man of this.
He received a bullet in the post during last summer and he was one of
those told that his details were discovered in Stoneyford Orange Hall
in November last year.