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A chance meeting in the Caribbean led eventually to the establishment of the Saville Inquiry, which brought long-awaited answers and some justice for the relatives of the victims of Bloody Sunday

26th August, 2018

The families of the 14 people killed on Bloody Sunday in Derry could hardly have imagined how, one day, the accidental meeting of two men on holiday in the Caribbean, was to directly lead to the setting-up of the Saville Inquiry, whose findings and subsequent British government apology finally brought them the truth and justice.

The two men were a most unlikely pair to begin a holiday friendship. One was an Irish American, the other a...

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