Victims campaigner Willie Frazer has died. He was 58.
He was the founder of Families Acting for Innocent Relatives (Fair), a group set up in 1998 to support victims of republican violence.
Mr Frazer stood down from the group in 2012 after its funding was frozen.
His father Bertie, a part-time member of the Ulster Defence Regiment, was killed in an IRA gun attack in 1975. He was one of several family members murdered by republicans.
Mr Frazer was also involved in the flag protests at Belfast City Hall after the council decided only to fly the union flag on designated days in 2012.
He faced several allegations of misspending cash given to his victims group with funding being withdrawn more than once. He dismissed the claims as political.
Couldn't stand the guys politics and thought he often poisened the debate the NI, founding extremist groups like the protestant coalition, but he was a victim of the troubles and clearly his views were affected by his father's murder and I don't wish his family any ill will. RIP.