Police in Northern Ireland arrested a 31-year-old man this week in connection with a video mocking the murder of Tyrone bride Michaela McAreavey.
The man, who was arrested on Wednesday, has since been released on bail.
The investigation relates to a shocking video taken in Dundonald Orange Hall which appears to show people singing a song about Michaela McAreavey’s death on her honeymoon in Mauritius in 2011. The video was shared widely online in June and condemned across the political spectrum.
PSNI investigating the sectarian video interviewed three men who attended voluntarily for interviews in June.
Separately, a number of people identified in the video lost their jobs. Two men have taken legal action in disputes against their employers.