Saville concludes Bloody Sunday was “unjustified and unjustifiable”

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Lord Saville’s inquiry into Bloody Sunday has vindicated those who were killed and wounded on the streets of Derry on January 30th 1972, saying the first shots fired that day were fired by the British Army, and that some of those killed were shot as they tried to flee from the soldiers, or tried to help others who had been hit.
The report unequivocally concludes that none of the 14 who died was armed, and no warnings were given.
The events of the day were unjustified and unjustifiable according to the report
In a statement to the House of Commons within the past half hour, British Prime Minister David Cameron said the British government could not defend the indefensible, and apologised to the families for what happened…….


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