Michaela McAreavey, a 27-year-old Irish language teacher from County Tyrone, was killed whereas on honeymoon in 2011.

Her man, John McAreavey, continues to guide a campaign to bring her killers to justice, however to this point no-one has been condemned over her death.

He tweeted that Mrs McAreavey was “a vessel of affection, courageousness and dignity” which “hate will hurt however ne’er win”.

‘Acceptance of wrongdoing is absolute’

It has not however been confirmed once and wherever the footage was taken, however it had been recorded in a very area embellished with union flags and Orange Order paintings.

The statement issued on behalf of the men said: “We supply our sincerest and deepest apology to the Harte and McAreavey families, and so to wider society for our actions that while fuelled by alcohol, will neither be relieved or exempt in any form or type.

“Our apology is unequivocal, and our acceptance of wrongdoing is absolute.

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