Tuesday, July 14, 1998 Published at 09:42 GMT 10:42 UK
Stand off continues as Orangemen quarrel
Another firebomb attack on the steel barrier
Violence has flared again at Drumcree as the Orange Order's protest against the ban on its march continues.
He said there were some trying to use the murder of three young boys at Ballymoney to discredit the Orange Order demonstrators.
Rev Bingham claimed public support for his belief that no road was worth three young lives.
However Joel Patton from the Spirit of Drumcree group said Rev Bingham was a traitor to the cause, and heckled the chaplain during a demonstration at Pomeroy in County Tyrone, where there were scuffles between Orangemen. but not the level of violence that had been feared before the firebomb deaths of three young boys in Rev Paisley's constituency.
Their funeral takes place on Tuesday morning.
The murders have been linked to the Drumcree demonstrations and some leading members of the Orange Order have called for the stand off to end.
Orangemen are camped at Drumcree church on the outskirts of Portadown after they were banned by an independent government commission from taking their annual parade route through a predominately nationalist area.
The protest has gone on for over a week, after some demonstrators vowed to stay there for a year - or until they are allowed to march through a massive security barrier.
Monday night was the traditional climax to the marching season, and before the Quinn murders, tens of thousands of Orangemen from across the province were anticipated at Drumcree.
The BBC's News Correspondent Gary Duffy said the mood varied from the farcical, when two streakers ran across a nearby field winning applause from the protestors, to more threatening, when fireworks and missiles were thrown from the crowd.
The rioters numbered around 200 to begin with but soon diminished to "a handful", according to the Royal Ulster Constabulary.
Handrails and other parts of the barriers were dismantled and two blasts were heard from behind it in the early hours.
An injured man was later removed by car, and one other protester was hurt falling from the barricade.
Elsewhere the province was free of loyalist protests - but three Orange Halls were attacked by arsonists, and one - at Dungannon in County Tyrone - was badly damaged.