Campbell calls on church to release any documents it has on the Claudy bombing

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DUP MP Gregory Campbell has challenged the Catholic Church to release any files it has on the alleged role of a priest in the Claudy bombing.
The IRA attack in 1972 claimed the lives of nine people, including a nine-year-old girl.
Shortly afterwards, it emerged that one of the suspects was parish priest Father James Chesney, who died in 1980.
Father Chesney was moved to a parish in County Donegal soon after the bomb.
Gregory Campbell said he hopes the Catholic Church will be forthcoming if it does have information………..


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