Bloody Sunday families welcome removal of General Jackson from Derry installation

Some of the families of those who died on Bloody Sunday have given a cautious welcome to the news that a video contribution from General Michael Jackson no longer forms part of an installation Derry's Guidlhall

A number of family members said they were angered, distressed and insulted when they learned that General Jackson was included in the display.

The Saville inquiry found that General Jackson,within hours of the Bloody Sunday shootings,claimed the Paratroopers shot at gunmen and bombers.

Kate Nash, whose brother William was killed and father Alexander injured ,believes the move to withdraw General Jackson's contribution is only temporary: