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NORAIDIrish Northern Aid Committee
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Former Noraid chief Martin Galvin accused the party of treachery by urging its supporters to support and co-operate with the police.
MEETING: Former British army agents outside the department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin, left, our front page from March 24; INQUIRY: Monaghan bombing; DEVASTATION: Attack using a horizontal mortar which killed Constable Colleen McMurray in 1992; DISAPPEARED: Jean McConville; SMUGGLED: NORAID boss Galvin
Former Noraid chief Martin Galvin said republicans were outraged that Sinn Fein had decided to accept the PSNI.
His rantings possibly did more to swell republican fundraiser Noraid's coffers than most American sympathisers.
Kelly, who died in 1996, is thought to have left several thousand pounds in his will to the controversial Republican fund-raising group NORAID.
Money from Noraid has already paid for a full page ad in the Derry Journal calling on people to vote for Independent Republican Peggy O'Hara, mother of INLA hunger striker Patsy O'Hara.
There is no doubt, even as the politicians struggle to maintain the Irish peace process, that Noraid's work on behalf of Republican terrorists still continues unhindered.
The one-time Noraid leader emerged from his political bunker to back the 32-County Sovereignty Committee, the political wing of the Real IRA Omagh bombers.
Already, they have received the backing of influential Irish American groups like the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Irish American Unity Conference and NorAid.
Posters billed Noraid's multimillion-pound fundraiser Martin Galvin as a guest speaker.
If only NORAID and other sympathisers overseas could have understood that!
Martin Galvin, a former director with the Irish-American Noraid group which helped support Sinn Fein during the conflict, was among the crowd along with 32-County Sovereignty Movement members Francis Mackey and Marian Price.