‘Bloody Sunday’ still scars Northern Ireland; no soldiers have faced justice over January 30, 1972 killing of 13 unarmed marchers

Five decades after British soldiers killed 13 unarmed Catholic civil rights marchers and injured 15 others on one of the defining days of the Northern Ireland conflict, relatives are still searching for the justice they believe is needed for a scarred society to heal.Family and friends of the 13 Catholics who died in Londonderry on “Bloody Sunday”, January 30, 1972 – and of a 14th who died later, although his death was formally attributed to an inoperable brain tumour – gathered this week for a…

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