A commemoration was held in Co Antrim on Sunday for IRA man Gerard Casey.
He was shot dead in his Rasharkin home by members of the UDA on April 4 1989.
A number of Sinn Fein representatives attended the parade and commemoration event.
The main speaker at the event was Sinn Fein's West Belfast MLA Alex Maskey.
On Thursday night a vigil was held in the area to mark the 30th anniversary of Mr Casey's death.
Speaking at the event Sinn Fein MLA Phillip McGuigan said that there had been state collusion in the murder.
In 2010 Attorney General John Larkin ordered a new inquest into Mr Casey's death.
“Gerard’s family have been resolute in their determination to get answers," Mr McGuigan said at the vigil.
"His death is currently part of a wider investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s office. It is important that this and the long awaited coroners inquest achieves the truth the family deserve.”
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