Bloody Sunday witness picked up victims' effects

A man who claims he picked up personal effects from two of the men killed on Bloody Sunday says he has lost them.

A man who claims he picked up personal effects from two of the men killed on Bloody Sunday says he has lost them.

John McGee told the Saville Inquiry he took a watch and a pair of glasses belonging to William McKinney and Jim Wray and put them into a box.

He says he never saw them again and believes they may have gone missing during a house move.

He promised to keep searching for them.

Asked why he collected the two men's belongings, he said: "I don't know."

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