Irish republican leader Gerry Adams on Sunday criticised the Northern Ireland police's handling of his arrest over a notorious IRA murder, saying it sent a wrong signal for the peace process that he remains "totally committed" to.
Republican party Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams talks to the media during a press conference at a hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on May 4, 2014 following his release from Antrim police station
"Those that authorised this (arrest) didn't make the right strategic decision," Adams said at a press conference in Belfast's Balmoral Hotel. "This is entirely a wrong signal".
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