Derry shooting victim’s sister calls for PSNI Chief to be sacked in light of HET report


Helen Deery
Helen Deery

A woman whose brother was shot dead by the British army in May 1972 has has called for the PSNI's Chief Constable to be sacked in light of the findings of a report into the Historical Enquiries Team.

Helen Deery's brother Manus was shot dead by a British soldier firing from Derry's Walls on May 19 1972 - she says she is now withdrawing all co-operation from police investigations.

In a report this week, the HET was found to be illegally investigating deaths involving army soldiers with less rigour than cases with no state involvement.

In light of the revelations,  Helen Deery says Matt Baggott must be sacked: