Paramilitary-style display follows death of man convicted over Troubles bombing

Screengrab taken from a video posted on Twitter which appears to show shots being fired by masked men. The video has been viewed thousands of times.
Screengrab taken from a video posted on Twitter which appears to show shots being fired by masked men. The video has been viewed thousands of times.

Shots have been fired during a paramilitary-style display in Northern Ireland.

Social media footage showed a masked man wearing a white shirt and black tie discharging several rounds skywards.

It followed the death of a man convicted of killing two children and a soldier in a republican bomb attack during the Troubles.

Martin McElkerney, 57, was taken to hospital after he was discovered critically injured at Milltown Cemetery in Belfast on Thursday.

Police said they were not looking for any other person over the shooting.

The Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) is suspected to have been behind 120 killings during the conflict.