Unionist Voice can today expose the gang-master pictured with his face blurred out in last week’s Sunday Life. The thuggish enforcer for Sinn Fein’s associate, south Belfast exploitation crime boss Nicolae Nicola, is Daniel ‘Dan’ Serban.
The mainstream media have repeatedly treaded carefully by stating they are unable to link the intimidation posters directed against two innocent Belfast Trust workers to RRCANI. Unionist Voice is today stating categorically that not only was the intimidation of the vulnerable ladies orchestrated with the knowledge of Nicolae Nicola and his Sinn Fein ‘handler’ Gerard Rice of LORAG, but the posters were drawn up in RRCANI’s offices using their computers.
We invite Nicolae Nicola, LORAG, RCCANI or Mairtin O’Muillieor to initiate legal proceedings should they wish to dispute any of the aforementioned assertions that Unionist Voice are today publishing and stating as facts.
One of the earliest exclusive revelations exposed by Unionist Voice was Mairtin O’Muillieor’s financial contributions to the Roma community in the form of paying rent for the hire of the City Life church and also purchasing chairs and a sound system. We again state as fact that Mr O’Muillieoir made these donations with the understanding that Nicolae Nicola, working alongside SF front group LORAG, would force the local Roma community into voting for the Sinn Fein politician.
*Note: we would again ask the mainstream media, if they are lifting materials or stories from Unionist Voice, to have the courtesy to credit the site. Allegations have not just ‘emerged online’, they have been published by Unionist Voice in defiance of SF threats of legal action.
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