LONDON: Mr Major openly accused Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams of backing terrorism, saying he was implicated in the death of Warrant Officer James Bradwell, who died on Friday after injuries in an IRA attack on Monday. Mr Major was furious over Mr Adams' reaction to the bombing in Lisburn, Northern Island. Mr Adams said it should be seen as a warning to the Government. The Prime Minister said: 'For many months Sinn Fein have mouthed the words of peace. Warrant Officer James Bradwell was 43 with a wife and with children, Mr Adams . . . He was murdered in cold blood. 'Don't tell me this has nothing to do with you.'