A former British soldier will be prosecuted for two murders in the "Bloody Sunday" killings of 13 unarmed Catholic civil rights marchers in Londonderry by British paratroopers in 1972 - one of the most..
Founder of the Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans group Alan Barry said it's 'one soldier too many'. The comments after the announcement that a soldier would face murder and attempted murder charges..
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John Kelly, the brother of Michael Kelly who was killed on Bloody Sunday in 1972, reacts to the news that one soldier will face two charges of murder and four attempted murder charges for their actions..