Douglas police in the suburbs of Cork (Southern Ireland) searched a residential property “this morning, November 6, 2021,” Irish police said. “During the raid, a large number of electronic items were seized and a 41-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of threatening a person outside this jurisdiction,” he clarified.
The man arrested Saturday morning in Douglas is currently “detained for questioning” at a station in Cork, Irish police said.
Three days after the death of MP David Ames
According to the newspaper The Irish Times, The person was charged with “making a death threat against a Labor MP” from his country “a British national”. “The police have been alerted by the British police,” he saysIrish Times. Three days after the death of David Ames, he said, “The incident happened on October 18 when someone called the MP and threatened to kill him.
Tori MP, 69, a father of five, was stabbed to death on October 15 while talking to members of a Methodist church in Lee-on-Se, 37 miles east of London. His death shocked the UK, reviving the shock of the June 2016 assassination of Labor MP Joe Cox by a right-wing extremist.