Episode 597: Families of Bloody Sunday victims angry at decision to keep Soldier F anonymous Image

Episode 597: Families of Bloody Sunday victims angry at decision to keep Soldier F anonymous

13 June - 33 mins
Podcast Series Crime World

The families of Bloody Sunday victims are angry that Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service has failed to challenge former paratrooper Soldier F’s anonymity and that the public will continue to know neither his name nor face.

Outspoken Michael McKinney, a brother of victim William who was murdered on January 30th 1972, has led a chorus of criticism against the PPS and the fact that it didn’t take time to seek the views of those left behind to grieve.

Nicola speaks to Niall Donald about the latest developments in the 52 year old atrocity and we will also broadcast an interview with Michael recorded in Derry last year.

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