Man subjected to hate campaign flees for his life after UDA thugs torch car

28/06/2022 23:00:00

Man subjected to hate campaign flees for his life after UDA thugs torch car

Man subjected to hate campaign flees for his life after UDA thugs torch car

The UDA petrol bombed a car belonging to an innocent man who’d already been subjected to a week of terrifying protests.

The“There’s an oil tank just behind the wall where the car was petrol bombed, so it’s by luck that the explosion wasn’t even worse,” said one resident, who didn’t want to be identified.Locals said: “On Wednesday night a group of people turned up and started lobbing two big boxes of eggs at his windows and door.

One of the social media groups that targeted the man has since been taken down.The burned car in an entryPolice maintained a vigil outside the man’s house most of Thursday night and were still there on Friday morning.called at the man’s home on Friday but he had left the area.

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A car belonging to the man – believed to be in his 50s – was destroyed when thugs set it alight in the back entry behind his house in east Belfast.The Central Criminal Court heard that 32-year-old Paul Murtagh had a practice of recording daily life and had recorded a huge amount of footage including the fatal attack on him on 6 November 2020.A 20-year-old man has said he is pursuing medically assisted dying after years of struggling with chronic pain due to a mystery illness.Mr Justice Paul McDermott said there was a very high degree of recklessness in the actions of Martin Kelly from Church Road, Castlecomer and he had shown shocking and callous indifference to the fate of 44-year-old Gerry Nolan.

Locals in the normally quiet area of Ardenlee Avenue were said to be terrified when the explosion happened just before 11pm last Thursday. The ferocity of the fire burned right through the backyard door of a neighbouring property which has no connection to the man being targeted. The court heard the brothers had a strained relationship and communicated with each other through written notes. The Sunday World spoke to people in the area who said they were “living in fear” of further attacks. READ MORE:Couple's 'wonky' €843k dream house has to be demolished after just 5 years He says he wants to end his suffering after being left with liver and kidney disease because of the mystery gastrointestinal condition. “There’s an oil tank just behind the wall where the car was petrol bombed, so it’s by luck that the explosion wasn’t even worse,” said one resident, who didn’t want to be identified. In a victim impact statement, the sisters of both men said they were mourning the loss of two brothers and said they firmly believe Gary Murtagh did not intend to kill Paul. “There are a lot of pensioners living in the area and they are genuinely scared about what’s going on. Gerry Nolan’s family said their trauma had been made worse by the amount of time it took the matter to be resolved.

” We can reveal the man has been targeted in a sinister hate campaign despite not being convicted of anything. The court was told that Gary Murtagh had suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. In June 2016, the Parliament of Canada passed federal legislation that allows eligible Canadian adults to request medical assistance in dying. Locals said: “On Wednesday night a group of people turned up and started lobbing two big boxes of eggs at his windows and door. “Most of them are coming from the nearby Cregagh estate but they have also been arriving in taxis from the Shankill too. That plea was not accepted by the State and he then changed his plea to guilty of murder.” Other men in east Belfast have also been targeted by the same groups." He spoke previously of his desperation to stay in control. One of the social media groups that targeted the man has since been taken down. The two brothers had been sharing the family home since 2016 when Gary Murtagh returned from Belfast where he had lived for a number of years. He spent most of his late adolescence and adulthood in custody.

Protesters did not renew their vigil on Friday night as the man appeared to have fled. But neighbours remain fearful of further protests and violence should he return. The night before the fatal attack gardaí had been called to an altercation at the house. He said last month: "I can go when I'm ready, it's not when I'm sick, it's not when they pull my meds or anything, it's when I'm ready. The burned car in an entry “The man who lives or lived there has done so most of his life,” said a resident. On Thursday night, just as it was finally getting dark, the UDA turned up to torch the man’s car and brick his windows. On 6 November 2020, gardaí were called to the house and could see a body lying on the sofa. Police maintained a vigil outside the man’s house most of Thursday night and were still there on Friday morning. I knew it was what I wanted to do. Kelly had driven over intending to start a fire, not caring what injury or damage was done.

The Sunday World called at the man’s home on Friday but he had left the area. When the jacket was removed it was clear he had extensive head injuries and there was large amount of blood at the scene. Masonry and dozens of smashed eggs were strewn across his front yard. The downstairs window had also been smashed. The pathologist said there were 16 blows to the head and around 50 to the body. A Facebook page called Eric's Army is filled with love-filled messages and posts from friends, family and strangers hearing about his story. Locals said protesters said they were planning to return to continue their protest. “The police have been called out when they protest but they just stand chatting with the protesters,” said a source. The death had occurred about three to four hours before he was found by gardaí. The judge said he also took into account Kelly's age when the offence was carried out and his difficult upbringing in which there was a considerable level of drug and alcohol abuse in his family.

“Apparently the same group has already protested at the homes of two other people in east Belfast. READ NEXT:. Nobody living in Ardenlee Avenue is protesting. Gardaí were aware of what happened and spoke to him outside. “It’s people who don’t live here and it’s not fair on those of us who do.” A police spokesperson said: “Police are aware of protest activity in the Ardenlee area of east Belfast in recent days and are monitoring the situation. I assaulted him with it. “We are investigating the circumstances of a vehicle fire on Thursday evening, which at this stage, is being treated as arson.

Eggs were also thrown at the property and a window broken. I just came out of my room and started hitting him. “Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference 2087 of 23/6/22.” steven. I just snapped and I was thinking of everything over the years, my aul lad, my Ma.moore@sundayworld.com . I pleaded with him, I did not think he would be dead.