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He claims his new job on the side is to help with the investigation into the deaths, but says he is also happy to help the investigation which he believes will not be compromised by it.

His involvement has not come as a shock in Northern Ireland, with police officials saying on Thursday the investigation would be handed to the police watchdog at the time it concluded its final report.

Mrs Foster was among those killed last Friday by bomb.

But it emerged that the IRA, the Provisional IRA and its local affiliate have all denied involvement in the attack.

Mrs Foster is a father of five and had been involved in community work with the local authority.

She was the son of a retired police officer and her father had become ill with cancer two years before her death in 2011, her brother Stephen Foster, 57, told the Irish Mirror.

카지노 사이트Ima바카라ge copyright PA Image caption Her brother Stephen Foste더킹카지노r said “She was a decent woman who was just trying to do the best she could to make a better life for her family”

Stephen Foster said he had not known Mrs Foster, who was the father of five sons, and had no idea how the incident that killed her was able to have happened, given the proximity of the IRA, the Provisional IRA, and the local IRA affiliate to the police station.

He added she was doing something to raise funds which would help people, “not the opposite of doing it [to protect] them from being attacked in Belfast”.

Image copyright PA Image caption Mr Foster described her as a “proper member of society”

He added: “She wasn’t trying to make money. She just wanted to help people.

“She was a respectable member of society. She had a young son who was four or five and his parents were both in the community. She did everything she could to help.

“She would’ve gone to work for the police station, but when she looked at everything they were doing for those people it just didn’t make sense for her.”

On Wednesday, Sinn Féin accused the Government of “pandering” to the Provisional IRA after claims a senior party official had met with the leader of the community organisation.

Mr Foster said: “That is completely rubbish because that is completely untrue. I have got no information whatsoever from anybody at Sinn Féin on that whatsoever.

“We know of no contacts whatsoever between members of the