Anger in Northern Ireland at claims Bloody Sunday inquiry has found soldiers 'guilty of unlawful killing'





Families of victims killed in the Bloody Sunday shootings reacted angrily today to claims the £200million probe has found soldiers were guilty of unlawful killing.

There were calls for the relatives of people who died to be shown more respect after the suggestion ahead of the official publication of the inquiry's report next week.

The claim raised the prospect of prosecutions of British soldiers nearly 40 years after the demonstration in Londonderry that cost the lives of 14 marchers.

It was made by the Guardian newspaper, which did not name a source for its information.

Nor did it give any further details of Lord Saville's report, which is based on 12 years of hearings and deliberation....


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