Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service expected to bring charges against three or four former paratroopers

Michael McKinney, Jean Hegarty and John Kelly, like all the close relatives of the Bloody Sunday victims, have waited more than 40 years for justice.

On Thursday morning they and others will gather beside the rain-stained memorial to the 1972 shootings in the Bogside. Together they will walk to Derry’s neo-gothic Guildhall after learning whether Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service will bring murder charges against the paratroopers who shot dead their brothers.

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