‘It was vandalism’

"In response to the article 'Graves commission deeply saddened by vandalism,' I must emphasise it was vandalism. 'My brother drives the Action Cancer van that was parked at the cemetery gates and it was doused in paint around the same time. 'Here's me from the Creggan during the summer cleaning the grave of Dean Cecil Frances Alexander's son, killed WW1 in the sinking of the SS Leinster." Seamus Breslin.
"In response to the article 'Graves commission deeply saddened by vandalism,' I must emphasise it was vandalism. 'My brother drives the Action Cancer van that was parked at the cemetery gates and it was doused in paint around the same time. 'Here's me from the Creggan during the summer cleaning the grave of Dean Cecil Frances Alexander's son, killed WW1 in the sinking of the SS Leinster." Seamus Breslin.
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In response to a recent Sentinel article concerning the desecration of a Commonwealth War Grave in the city cemetery, Seamus Breslin contacted the paper on our Facebook page.

He said: “I must emphasise it was vandalism. My brother drives the Action Cancer van that was parked at the cemetery gates and it was doused in paint around the same time.

“Here’s me from the Creggan during the summer cleaning the grave of Cecil Frances Alexander’s son, killed WW1 in the sinking of the SS Leinster.”