South Donegal Deputy says he is not overly worried about safety after death threat


A South Donegal Deputy claims that he is not overly worried about his safety after receiving a death threat for speaking out against right-wing anti-immigrant hate speech.
Martin Kenny has received what he describes as several “racist” messages in recent days after voicing concerns about what he believes is a ‘far-right’ influence in debates over plans to accommodate asylum seekers in Ballinamore in Leitrim.
The Sinn Fein TD reported to Gardai a message he received this week which referred to him as a “traitor” and claimed that he would be “executed.”
He told Shannonside Northern Sound that he has received several disturbing messages in recent days:

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