A Nationalist ‘internment’ bonfire in Newry has mocked the IRA murder of UDR Soldier Bertie Frazer
Councillor Henry Reilly took to social media to ask Sinn Fein whether they had any comment to make in relation to the banner asking ‘Willie F wers ur daddy’ (sic) in a reference to the IRA murder of Bertie Frazer, a UDR soldier.
Sinn Fein, who regularly glorify the murderous deeds of the IRA, did not respond to Councillor Reilly.
The offensive hate crime on this Nationalist bonfire is the latest in a long line of abuse directed towards the Frazer family.
A You Tube video from August 2014 shows a Republican singer known as ‘Gerry Og’ mocking the death of William Frazer’s father. The offensive video can be viewed HERE
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