“There is an increase in cocaine use in Derry, in Strabane – it’s everywhere. “It’s very dangerous when it’s mixed with alcohol because it can have a multiplying affect,” he said.“It can be lethal.” HURT (Have Your Tomorrows) is a voluntary organisation supporting individuals and their family who have been impacted negatively by drug/alcohol problems.It is understood that detectives still want to question Diver and another dissident republican in relation to the alleged murder plot.But Diver is showing no signs that he intends coming home.Posting news to pals on Facebook earlier this year, a delighted Diver said: “Just back from a few days in Laos, got my student and teaching visa to teach English language and to study Thai language.“Lovely little country and met some great people from Mexico, Scotland, America and Colombia - four new friends.” He also told pals he had been wining and dining Thai beauties over there and has even told pals back home he is been dating one of Bangkok’s “biggest models”.
“We are exploring a possible homophobic motive for the crime and we are appealing for witnesses to get in touch with us.
He raged: “I didn’t kill Tommy Crossan.” His denials came after he was arrested and questioned about seven paramilitary attacks in west Belfast.
THE number of young people taking cocaine in Strabane is on the increase, a drug and alcohol awareness group has warned.
Police want to question the prominent dissident republican about alleged meetings of the Continuity IRA terror gang that took place inside a bungalow at Ardcarn Park in Newry last year.
The property was bugged by MI5 and detectives allege the recordings detail how the terror gang was planning attacks on police and prison officers.