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Bloody Sunday: Ex-paratroopers win legal bid against transfer to Northern Ireland - BBC News


Bloody Sunday: Ex-paratroopers win legal bid against transfer to Northern Ireland - BBC News: Bloody Sunday was one of the most controversial days in Northern Ireland's history.

The fatal shootings were the subject of a 12-year public inquiry led by Lord Saville.

The Saville Report, published in 2010, unequivocally blamed the army for the civilian deaths and exonerated those who were killed.

Prime Minister David Cameron accepted the findings of the report and made a public apology to the victims.

The Saville Report also found that some of those killed or injured were clearly fleeing or going to help the injured and dying.

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