Family and friends have attended the funeral in Belfast of murdered British agent Denis Donaldson.
Fewer than a hundred people attended the funeral
Requiem Mass was held at his former family home in Aitnamona Crescent in west Belfast.
Ex-Sinn Fein official Donaldson, 56, was found shot dead in a remote cottage in County Donegal on Tuesday.
He was buried in the City Cemetery, where fewer than 100 people attended. On Friday, his family said they did not believe the IRA murdered Mr Donaldson.
He had been expelled from the party in 2005 after admitting he was a paid British agent.
Mr Donaldson's family said they did not know who killed him but blamed the "activities of British intelligence" for their "difficult situation".
Head of administration
Irish police have been carrying out searches in the vicinity of the remote cottage near the village of Glenties where Mr Donaldson's body was found.
Post mortem examination results have indicated he died from a shotgun wound to the chest.
It said there were other injuries to his body consistent with shotgun blasts, including a severe injury to his right hand.
Mr Donaldson was buried in Belfast's City Cemetery
Police removed a car at the scene on Thursday.
Mr Donaldson had been Sinn Fein's head of administration at Stormont before his 2002 arrest over alleged spying led to its collapse.
He and two others were acquitted of charges last December "in the public interest".
One week later he admitted being recruited in the 1980s as a paid British agent.
He said there had not been a republican spy ring at Stormont.