After “closure,” the reopening of Bloody Sunday for at least four more years

 

In a statement, police said that for the investigation to be as “comprehensive and effective” as possible, they would be asking witnesses who gave evidence to the Saville inquiry to make statements to detectives.

“This is because police are precluded from using Saville testimony in a criminal investigation. Details on how this process will be facilitated will be made available in the near future,” the statement said

Press Release from Madden & Finucane Solicitors regarding Bloody Sunday Inquiry Report 31 January 2011

Our submissions have also been forwarded to the Crown Prosecution Service in England in respect of the perjury committed by the soldiers when giving their evidence to the Tribunal whilst in London

 

 

 

 


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