PARADE BANNED FROM PASSING MURDER SITE; Failure to Stage Talks Behind Axe Says Commission

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PARADE BANNED FROM PASSING MURDER SITE; Failure to Stage Talks Behind Axe Says Commission


Byline: MAURICE FITZMAURICE

AN Orange Order parade has been banned from passing the spot where a Catholic community worker was beaten to death.

The Parades Commission ruled that marchers and bands should not go past the place where Kevin McDaid, 49, was murdered in a sectarian attack.

The father-of-four was killed in the Somerset Drive area of Coleraine in May last year while another man, Damien Fleming, was badly injured.

Robert McIlreavy from Killowen Orange Lodge, who has organised the July 1 march, said it was "disappointing".

He added: "It is a bit disappointing considering the massive steps that the local lodge and community association took to try and get everything back to normality. We thought we had done enough last year to lower tensions."

Sources within the Parades Commission, however, said it had to intervene because there were no face-to-face talks between the Order and community representatives in the Co Derry town.

The insider added: "The Commission feels that there's a while to go yet before community relations have improved enough for something like this to be able to happen.

"We don't want to have to get involved, but in the absence of any agreement on the ground, that's when we have to step in. …

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