Ferris Says Those Responsible For Political Graffiti In Fenit And Tralee Should Stop

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FORMER Sinn Féin TD, Martin Ferris, says the people daubing republican political slogans on properties in the Tralee area should stop immediately.

Graffiti expressing support for Paul McIntyre, who is charged with the murder of Lyra McKee in Derry, was painted onto walls near the bathing slip in Fenit.

Martin Ferris, on his facebook page today, stated; “Those responsible for vandalising public property with political slogans in Fenit, Blennerville and Tralee should stop immediately.

They have no support from the public and their actions are completely counter productive. We now have a peaceful and democratic route to Irish Unity and are closer to that goal than at anytime since partition,” concludes the post.

Meanwhile, slogans like ‘Brits Out’ and ‘IRA’ have been painted in a number of locations along the canal walkway, while the wall of old shop at Banna Beach has also been vandalised.

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