Bloody Sunday Report : Released on 15th June.

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Kitmarlowe said:
LancePrivateJones said:
It would appear that Judge Saville has finally finished his write up.

See here >> http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/foyle_and_west/10160547.stm
Not bad. Only cost £183 Million by 2008 and estimated to be over £200 Million when finished. Any chance we can chuck the bill to the f**kwit who kicked this off..?
But reportedly he's only earned some 20-some million since leaving office. He'd be out of pocket.

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Well that was money well spent wasn't it?
No matter what the report says it will make no difference and nobody (on either side) will change their mind or opinion of what happened that day.
 
#5
Another provo appeasement coming up surely, those darn Para's, never could let them out in public.
 
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Outstanding said:
Actually I was stood on the corner of Sackville Street when the initial shots were fired.
Just before the Para's returned fire then?
 
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Outstanding said:
Actually I was stood on the corner of Sackville Street when the initial shots were fired.
Tropper?
 
#9
Lets face it this is nothing but a political stunt set up to help sell the good friday get out of jail free agreement to the Hardliners in the Republican Mafia.

No full Enquirey for Omagh or Bloody friday or the Kingsmill massacre I notice.

Bloody Sunday did NO- one any favours the time to move on from it was years ago.

This is not about finding out what happend that day this is about giveing a defeated movement a flag to wave Its that simple.
 
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western said:
Outstanding said:
Actually I was stood on the corner of Sackville Street when the initial shots were fired.
Just before the Para's returned fire then?
Or the Vikings?
 
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smartascarrots said:
Outstanding said:
Actually I was stood on the corner of Sackville Street when the initial shots were fired.
Tropper?
Sorry but I was in Ballykelly when it kicked off, well out of the way
 

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Got to say I for one will be glad to see the back of it. Hindsight being a wonderful thing, that day was never going to end well especially given the events of the previous week on Magilligan beach.
Even that far back Widgery was a disgrace and if we'd given them ten grand each and said sorry we could have saved ourselves a lot of grief.
If Saville gives the expected verdict does that mean that the families can now sue the MOD/Govt for damages?
Only asking?

To mitigate against the expected first post incoming My Skidmarx account seems to have gone sideways
 
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BrandySoured said:
western said:
Outstanding said:
Actually I was stood on the corner of Sackville Street when the initial shots were fired.
Just before the Para's returned fire then?
Or the Vikings?
Well, if I remember right it was initially pretty much a sh1tstorm of firing most of which initially came from second floor of a block just to my left. I could return as my LoS was blocked, but there was more than a few rounds going downrange!
 
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tropper66 said:
smartascarrots said:
Outstanding said:
Actually I was stood on the corner of Sackville Street when the initial shots were fired.
Tropper?
Sorry but I was in Ballykelly when it kicked off, well out of the way
Wrong terminology old chap, the approved response is "I was elsewhere". Not a lot of people used it after the Iranian embassy siege though :lol:
 
#17
Martin McGuinness had this to say:

"The families of those murdered on Bloody Sunday have fought a long and difficult campaign for the truth about the events in Derry 38 years ago,"

He doesn't mention the innocent people killed in the Birmingham / London / Belfast (etc) bombings. The slimy loathsome toe rag.
 
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eodmatt said:
Martin McGuinness had this to say:

"The families of those murdered on Bloody Sunday have fought a long and difficult campaign for the truth about the events in Derry 38 years ago,"

He doesn't mention the innocent people killed in the Birmingham / London / Belfast (etc) bombings. The slimy loathsome toe rag.
I don't suppose we will ever know the real truth, but there's no smoke without fire....


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/1055872.stm

It states: "Martin McGuinness had admitted to Infliction that he had personally fired the shot (from a Thompson machine gun on single shot) from the Rossville flats in Bogside that had precipitated the Bloody Sunday episode."

As has been stated, in the end both sides will believe they were right and no amount of "evidence" will ever change that.
 
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eodmatt said:
Martin McGuinness had this to say:

"The families of those murdered on Bloody Sunday have fought a long and difficult campaign for the truth about the events in Derry 38 years ago,"

He doesn't mention the innocent people killed in the Birmingham / London / Belfast (etc) bombings. The slimy loathsome toe rag.
He was then and still is a F**king lieing hypocrit
 
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