Bloody Sunday relative says legal action should follow Saville report

A Bloody Sunday relative has said those responsible for shooting 14 people dead in Derry should face prosecutions if the Saville Inquiry report finds that the victims were killed unlawfully.

The long-awaited report into how 14 people were killed by British troops in Derry in 1972 will be published on 15 June.

It took 12 years to compile and cost £200m, making it the most expensive inquiry in UK legal history.

John Kelly, who's brother Michael was killed on Bloody Sunday, says those repsonsible for the killings should face the rule of the law.........

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