The Northern Irish police has re-arrested after the death of a journalist Lyra McKee. A 57-year-old woman was arrested in the context of the murder, Sunday were two young men released.
The woman was arrested on the basis of the Terrorism Act and was transferred to the Serious Crime Suite ” in Belfast for questioning.
The 29-year-old journalist, Lyra McKee, was last Thursday shot down when there was rioting in Northern Ireland Creggan, a suburb of the city of Londonderry. The woman stood next to the police and got a bullet through the head. Mckee died on the way to the hospital.
Saturday were the first arrests carried out by the police. Two young men of 18 and 19 years were arrested. They were Sunday released from prison and not in suspicion.
The militant Republican group the New IRA has now admitted behind the murder of the journalist to sit. The organization offers in a letter to the local media for her ‘sincere apologies’. According to the New IRA were the riots prior to the death of the journalist provoked by the police.
“During an attack on the enemy is Lyra McKee, who in addition to the enemy troops was, on the tragic way of life come’, according to the letter. The group also offers her ‘sincere apologies to the partner, family and friends of Lyra McKee’. The communication was verified as authentic by means of a codeword, reports The Irish News.