Call on communities to ostracise terrorists after latest attack

The discovery of a viable device which exploded at the home of a Police Officer in Londonderry has been described as “reckless and wanton” by the Chairman of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland, Mark Lindsay.

Call on communities to ostracise terrorists after latest attack

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The discovery of a viable device which exploded at the home of a Police Officer in Londonderry has been described as “reckless and wanton” by the Chairman of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland, Mark Lindsay.

Call on communities to ostracise terrorists after latest attack

The discovery of a viable device which exploded at the home of a Police Officer in Londonderry has been described as “reckless and wanton” by the Chairman of the Police Federation for Northern Ireland, Mark Lindsay.

In a statement, Mr Lindsay said: “This was a lethal device, capable of killing or maiming the Officer who was targeted, or anyone else who might have come into contact with it.

“This was an act of cowardice. It was reckless and wanton, and displayed utter disregard for life. People who target and attempt to murder Officers have nothing to offer their communities or society at large other than misery and destruction.

“The people who planned and carried out this attack should be ostracised by their own communities and by people who support the democratic path.

“It’s worth remembering that this Officer was singled out because of the job he does, which is to protect the entire community and rid us of this terrorist scourge.”

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