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Keady Orange hall graffiti attack 'a sectarian hate crime'

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Republican slogans were sprayed on the building on Crosskeys Road in Keady. UUP councillor Sam Nicholson said he was disgusted at the attack. SDLP assembly member Justin McNulty said it was a disgraceful attack. Sinn Féin assembly member Cathal Boylan also condemned the attack
Published 2 months ago · Armagh, United Kingdom

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Keady Orange hall graffiti attack 'a sectarian hate crime'

Republican slogans have been sprayed on the Orange hall at Crosskeys Road in Keady.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Sectarian graffiti on Orange Hall condemned

“It is a despicable act and abhorrent that anyone could stoop so low."

2 months ago·Belfast, United Kingdom
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2 months ago·Portadown, United Kingdom
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Crude and sectarian graffiti scrawled on Orange Hall outside Keady

Crude and sectarian graffiti was scrawled all over the front of an Orange Hall on the outskirts of Keady overnight.The graffiti consisted of genitalia and references to the IRA.UUP Councillor for Armagh, Sam Nicholson, who is a proud member of Crosskeys Orange Lodge and band, hit out at the “disgusting” attack on his local Orange Hall at Crosskeys Road, Keady.He said: “I am totally disgusted at the low life thugs who under the cover of night hav…

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Graffiti attack on Crosskeys Orange Hall a 'despicable act'

A GRAFFITI attack on Crosskeys Orange Hall has been described as ‘disgusting’ by a local Ulster Unionist councillor. Hitting out at what he described as an unprovoked attack Councillor Sam Nicholson said it had left the local community in Keady feeling violated. Mr Nicholson said, “I am totally disg

2 months ago·Armagh, United Kingdom
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