Organisers of Bloody Sunday march say time for protest is not over

The organisers of a Bloody Sunday commemoration march in Derry tomorrow (Sun) say the anniversary should continue to be an “iconic day” for public demonstration.

Most of the families of the 14 people who were killed on January 30, 1972 say they won’t be on the ‘March for Justice’ which will take place over the traditional Bloody Sunday route, leaving the Creggan Shops at 2.30 p.m.

However, the organisers of the 40th anniversary demonstration - who include relatives of those killed and some of those wounded - say the “time for protest is not over.”