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'I've read every study on masks': Solution worse than virus, says Tyrone fashion boss protester

Co Tyrone boutique owner played a crucial role in anti-lockdown rally

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Alanna Lavery owner/founder of AML Boutique in Cookstown.

Alanna Lavery owner/founder of AML Boutique in Cookstown.

SUNDAY LIFE NEWS - Alanna Quinn Lavery anti-lockdown protester. Credit: alanna.lavery1/Facebook

SUNDAY LIFE NEWS - Alanna Quinn Lavery anti-lockdown protester. Credit: alanna.lavery1/Facebook

Alanna Quinn Lavery anti-lockdown protester. Credit: alanna.lavery1/Facebook

Alanna Quinn Lavery anti-lockdown protester. Credit: alanna.lavery1/Facebook

Alanna Quinn Lavery

Alanna Quinn Lavery

Alanna Quinn Lavery at the protest (red coat with fur hood lining)

Alanna Quinn Lavery at the protest (red coat with fur hood lining)

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Alanna Lavery owner/founder of AML Boutique in Cookstown.

Fashion company boss and "supermum" Alanna Lavery was one of the key figures involved in a recent anti-lockdown protest at Stormont which attracted hundreds of people and resulted in several arrests.

The 50-year-old claims to be collecting hundreds of death certificates mentioning Covid-19 - currently attributed to 645 deaths - for a legal action she claims will "free the country" from lockdown.

The mum-of-two, the owner of the AML Boutique in Cookstown, Co Tyrone, was one of the speakers at the October 18 protest, which saw over 300 people gather at Stormont in protest against coronavirus restrictions.


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