DUP councillor at heart of Paedophile inquiry partying in Seville

A DUP councillor who is at the centre of an investigation for grooming under age girls for sex after being caught by a paedophile hunter group which has fake accounts to lure child molesters handed over its findings to police in Ulster, has let off some steam in Seville watching his beloved Sevco.

Whilst this is a blight on the mans career and indeed integrity, it doesn’t seem to bother North of Ireland paper the Sunday Life.

Had this been someone linked to Celtic the feel good factor wouldn’t have been there.

In fact, I find it funny that the club who sent its victims of sexual abuse to the liquidators are in the news with a Loyalist trying to procure sex with kids whilst wearing a Newco tap.

You can read this fell good article below.

A DUP councillor at the centre of child sex grooming claims put his recent troubles behind him to watch his beloved Rangers lose the Europa League final on penalties.

Billy Walker left his Killyleagh home earlier this year after being accused by an online paedophile hunter group of trying to entice a child into sexual activity.

He is now understood to be living in Glasgow, where he pictured himself boozing ahead of the Rangers v Eintracht Frankfurt game last Wednesday night.

Jump on the thread above, there are dozens of angry Celts complaining about the fact he was allowed to leave the country let alone that the media is framing this as a good time for a nice man.

Wearing a sombrero, draped in a union flag, and clutching three bottles of beer Walker wrote on social media “just loving it”.

His mood is in stark contrast to that of just a few weeks ago when he was caught up in an online paedophile hunter sting.

The Newry, Mourne and District councillor was later spoken to by police, but has yet to be charged.

Walker has since been suspended by the DUP and left his job as a case worker for Strangford MP Jim Shannon at his constituency office. 

Before leaving Northern Ireland Billy Walker had a 20 year career in local politicians and served as chairman of the old Down District Council.

Last year Walker said he was considering his future in the party after two of his colleagues quit amid internal tensions following the ousting of former leader Arlene Foster.

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