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Sinn Fein MP Conor Murphy has said he does not believe there was any republican involvement in the death of a man in County Monaghan.
The family of Cullyhanna man Paul Quinn, 21, said their son was abducted and beaten by the IRA because he refused to leave the country.
Mr Quinn was found at farm buildings at Tullycoora near Oram just after 1800 BST on Saturday. He died later.
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This is very serious.
Both the United Kingdom and the United States have taken the IRA off the list of terrorist organisation after their path to peace.
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In respect for this sites rules on sarcasm, i'll cut this post short now.
A man savagely beaten to death had been involved in two fights with people linked to high-ranking republicans, a former Sinn Fein member has said.
Jim McAllister said the family of Paul Quinn, from Cullyhanna, believed the IRA had abducted and murdered him.
Mr Quinn, 21, was found at farm buildings at Tullycoora near Oram in County Monaghan on Saturday.
Sinn Fein has said five party councillors have been warned by the police that their lives are under threat from dissident republicans.
The party's Alex Maskey said the councillors, one from Glengormley and four from north Belfast, were visited by police on Sunday night.
Mr Maskey described the threats as "totally unacceptable".