Protest outside Belfast PSNI station

Published Thursday, 03 July 2014
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A peaceful protest has taken place outside Tennent Street PSNI Station in west Belfast.

Protest outside Belfast PSNI station
Protestors outside Tennent Street Police Station. (© Kevin Scott)

A group of people were pictured demonstrating outside the police station, including some in Orange Order regalia, on Wednesday evening.

A number of individuals were holding signs saying "Free our Loyalist Prisoners".

Police said the protest passed off without incident.

It is understood the rally was organised as officers questioned a number of people about a possible breach of Parades Commission determination earlier in the year.

© UTV News
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Equality in Belfast wrote (210 days ago):
Are you all not seeing the picture here. These people were questioned about sectarian music not 1 direction.
j in n.i. wrote (210 days ago):
how dare these people protest outside a security force base!!
damian in derry city wrote (212 days ago):
ulster man in shankill-happy 10th birthday.if i walked up the shankill playing the soldiers song,at the very least,id expect to get arrested.grow up.
jen in lisburn wrote (213 days ago):
the matter these men were questioned about, was the fact they were playing music. Flutes and drums never killed anyone. Unlike terrorists (and look where they are now).
henry in ireland wrote (213 days ago):
so now these people want law breakers to go un punished, why not just open the prison gates and let them all out, what will they protest over next... no snow on Christmas day, they should head over to east belfast and protest the person/persons who hung the kkk flag on a lamp post.
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