EXCLUSIVE: Saoradh’s Dee Fennell in threatening social media rant- only a week after denying links to New IRA terror gang

Despite only last week appearing on BBC Spotlight denying that republican political party Saoradh is linked to the New IRA, their thuggish spokesperson Dee Fennell has taken to social media to issue threats against a local DJ whose ‘crime’ was to make a joke at the expense of a relative of the Ardoyne dissident.

At the weekend a carload of New IRA members, including Fennell, went in search of the young DJ to issue a ‘punishment beating’ after he made a joke about a relative of Dee Fennell.

This is a similar situation to the New IRA murder of Michael McGibbon. His crime had been to allegedly upset a friend of Fennell’s in a taxi. It now appears that the New IRA are being used as a personal punishment beating squad for the Fennell family.

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After the weekend’s incident the young DJ faced threats and intimidation and was forced to issue a grovelling social media apology.

However, beneath this post terror thug Fennell launched a menacing outburst in which he said:

“Very lucky youre (sic) able to type at all because if we had got you this morning you would have been getting someone else to wipe your arse for the next few months. But at least you apologised when told to.”

 

This threatening comment is clearly discussing a collective group of persons who had set out to inflict violence, but furthermore it is clear that the young DJ had been “told to” apologise. This demonstrates a frightening level of coercive control and intimidation being waged against their own community by the New IRA and their political Saoradh spokespersons.

Speaking last week to BBC Spotlight Dee Fennell denied any linkage between the New IRA and Saoradh.

Unionist Voice has submitted a question to the PSNI asking whether the threatening communication and online intimidation is under investigation.


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