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Bloody Sunday: No perjury charges for former soldiers or alleged IRA member

  • Solicitor Ciaran Shiels, of Madden and Finucane, expressed disappointment with the PPS decision, 14 years after the inquiry's findings.
  • The PPS decision was communicated shortly before the enactment of legacy legislation, allowing British army veterans to evade justice in Northern Ireland.
  • Senior Prosecutor John O'Neill clarified that the PPS findings did not contradict the Saville Inquiry, stating those killed were not posing a threat to soldiers on Bloody Sunday.
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