A police investigation into a Catholic priest suspected over the 1972 Claudy bomb outrage was stopped after senior officers conspired with the British government and Catholic Church to protect him, a shock new report revealed today.
Tue, 24 Aug, 2010
ON January 30, 1972, 14 civilians were shot dead in Derry by soldiers from the First Parachute Battalion, under the command of Lt Col Derek Wilford. He was exonerated by the now discredited Widgery tribunal and six months later he was awarded the OBE Queen Elizabeth, probably on the advice of British prime minister Edward Heath.
Fri, 18 Jun, 2010
THE Bloody Sunday inquiry was urged yesterday to determine the extent of former British Prime Minister Edward Heath’s responsibility for the deaths of the 13 people shot dead by troops at the civil rights march in Derry over 30 years ago.
Tue, 15 Jun, 2004