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Whether or not this was a UDA attack, it is a disturbing illustration of the sectarian hatred that still lurks, especially in diehard loyalist areas, of which Coleraine certainly has its share. A court was told that twenty people received death threats after the murder, half of those threatened being witnesses. About 58,000 people live in Coleraine borough, of which Catholics make up 20%. For decades during the Troubles the Catholic community kept its head down, fearful of demonstrating any aspect of Irish nationalist culture. That unit is the so-called North West Brigade led by a notorious loyalist terrorist known as The Mexican and which includes Coleraine. There was anger and shame, too, on the other side of the river, where the Protestant marching season was under way with the Pride of the Bann march.

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  • There was anger and shame, too, on the other side of the river, where the Protestant marching season was under way with the Pride of the Bann march.

The tension in the court-house and the palpable fear back in Coleraine illuminate a wider problem facing Ulster loyalism as it tries to cope with the changing Northern Ireland. The pipes, flutes, drums and banners of some 40 bands paraded in the town’s main streets, watched by a thin line of spectators. “Everyone is ashamed. People just daren’t talk about it in case they get tarred themselves, you know. But Coleraine isn’t really like that. It’s just gangs, on both sides,” he insisted. Silence fell as the hearse bearing Kevin McDaid‘s coffin stopped at the exact spot he was murdered, yards from his Coleraine home. The accused denied the charge, was released on bail of £500 and ordered to report to police twice a week.

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McDaid’s family is said to believe the Police Service of Northern Ireland did not do enough to curb loyalist violence and accuse officers of negotiating with loyalists on the day of the murder. Rangers were expected to win and the Coleraine Catholics had discussed the consequences – band marches, gloating gangs, union flags thrust aloft – and the inevitable raid into their neighbourhood. But prior to the game, a group of defiant teenagers did string a line of green, white and gold pennants across the street. It has been one week since Mr McDaid, 49, a father of four, a volunteer cross-community youth worker, a Catholic married to a Protestant, died of a heart attack, having been brutally beaten by a loyalist mob. He and his wife, Evelyn, had come to the aid of their neighbour, Damien Fleming, 46, who, having been beaten and kicked, is clinging to life in a Belfast hospital. Evelyn’s badly bruised face is testimony to the sickening violence that even a woman has been subjected to.

Damien Fleming recovered sufficiently from his injuries to be allowed home, but was attacked again and is considering leaving Coleraine.

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Then, just as his son Ryan, 22, helped by pallbearers, hoisted his father’s body on to his shoulders and began the slow march along the narrow walkway to his front door, music could be heard. Strains from the flutes of loyalist marching bands floated across the River Bann, wafting over the mourning party. “That’s what it’s like here. All the time,” said Ryan McDaid, 22, who cradled his father as he died. It was concern over the young man’s safety that prompted his father to leave the house on that fateful evening. “Kevin dying is so unfair because he was always the peacemaker, he was a community worker, involved in cross-community work and everything. If he was alive today he would have been disgusted at what has happened.” In June 2009, police told the High Court that they suspected that members of the UDA were involved in the killing, with the judge concluding that there were “sectarian overtones” to the attack.

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In August 2009 the McDaid family home was one of two that were attacked. Born in Nigeria, he was brought up in England in Newcastle upon Tyne. He was best known as member of the British boy band V, which he joined in 2003 along with four other boys.