* Orangemen’s protest call is blamed for violence
* Loyalist paramilitary bosses stood by and laughed
* Police chief Baggott calls Twelfth riots ‘shameful’
Four people appeared in Belfast Magistrates Court on charges connected to Eleventh and Twelfth street disturbances.
The trouble flared in the north and east of the city after an Orange Order parade was banned from returning through the nationalist area of Ardoyne on July 12.
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