Massereene families try to quell row over parade


The families of two soldiers killed at Massereene Barracks almost three years ago have intervened in a row over how their sons will be remembered.

Mark Quinsey, 23, and Patrick Azimkar, 21 were shot dead by the Real IRA in Antrim in March 2009.

A group of loyal order bands wanted to mark the third anniversary of their deaths with a parade through the town.

But the plans have been changed after members of the council and the soldiers' families objected.

BBC Newsline's district journalist Ciara Riddell reports.

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