The findings of the longest-running and most expensive public inquiry in British legal history are being published this afternoon
The ‘Bloody Sunday’ inquiry by Lord Saville has been examining the deaths of 13 people in 1972 at a civil rights protest in Derry
British soldiers claimed they’d come under attack.
Richard Moore’s uncle was killed on Bloody Sunday – He says the report means a great deal to the people of Derry
John Kelly’s 17 year old brother Michael was one of six victims gunned down at the rubble barricade on Rossville Street.
He says 38 years later – it still brings back painful memories: