IT has taken a six-year inquiry to elicit the facts behind Derry’s Bloody Sunday massacre, but the families of 13 people gunned down by British soldiers will derive solace from the claim that their names will finally be vindicated.
Tue, 08 Jun, 2004
The sister of a teenager shot dead by British troops on Bloody Sunday is mounting a legal bid to have Northern Ireland’s top judge excluded from an Appeal Court hearing challenging a ruling to have police witnesses screened at the Saville Tribunal.
Fri, 08 Mar, 2002
Both the Provisional IRA and Official IRA gave orders to their members not to fire any shots on Bloody Sunday, but some did, a distinguished journalist who carried out a major investigation of the killings 30 years ago told the Saville Inquiry today.
Mon, 25 Feb, 2002