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Bullets in mail over bomber booking

SHOCKED hotel staff were sent death threats over reports that a former IRA terrorist was to attend an event there.

Sinn Fein politician Martina Anderson — once dubbed "the beauty queen bomber" — was lined up as a potential guest for a Cairde na hÉireann dinner dance at Glasgow's Grand Central.

But the booking sparked over 200 abusive emails and phone calls to the venue — while staff received bullets in the post.

Bosses called in cops before the hire was cancelled. A source said: "The hotel employs 260 and is completely non-political. It shames the city that staff have been threatened.

"Our absolute priority is the safety of the staff and guests."

Anderson, 47 — caged over a 1984 plot to bomb English resorts — was to be joined by Sinn Fein finance spokesman Pearse Doherty, 34.

Strathclyde Police said: "The matter is under investigation."Quantcast