Footage obtained by Channel 4 News purports to show a masked Continuity IRA gunman firing shots from a pistol over a republican burial plot on Easter Saturday.
The Continuity IRA dissident republican splinter group made a show of strength on Easter Saturday, as a volunteer is apparently seen firing shots over a republican burial plot.
Pictures posted by the Sunday Life newspaper appear to confirm a film obtained by Channel 4 News that shows a masked paramiltary firing three shots into the air in St Colmans graveyard in Lurgan, Northern Ireland.
The weapon appears to jam and the man in the footage struggles with the safety catch on the weapon, checking it again before taking the final shot.
The video was posted online by Republican Sinn Féin, the republican splinter group that left Sinn Féin in 1986.
Their Amargh based Thomas Harte branch organised the Easter commemoration march to the republican plot at the cemetery, during which the display took place.
The march was led by a paramilitary colour party of masked men in paramilitary dress.
A spokesman for the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said no reports had been received of the incident, and the Sunday Life report suggested there were no police present.