Published Thursday, 07 June 2012
Officers at the house in Whin Park, Twinbrook where a bomb was thrown at police (© Pacemaker)
In a statement to security journalist Brian Rowan, the so-called Belfast Brigade also said it was responsible for an attack on police in Twinbrook.
"The statement is in two bits. It comes from dissident faction OnH. It was telephoned to me just before 11am this morning and was accompanied by a recognised codeword," said Brian Rowan.
Óglaigh na hÉireann (ONH) said it "patiently waited and ambushed the PSNI" with what has been described as a grenade.
More worryingly in this statement is its final sentence, in which the group warns that more attacks are to follow.
A device was thrown at officers in the Whin Park area shortly after midnight on Wednesday, as PSNI responded to an emergency call.
Two family cars sustained most of the damage. Shrapnel smashed through the window of a third vehicle, which was parked across the street, then pierced the headrest of the driver's seat.
Police said it was fortunate that no one had been injured or killed in the attack.
A statement said the PSNI is "committed to providing a police service right across Northern Ireland regardless of the threat posed by a minority of individuals and groups who would seek to try to kill officers."
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