Hundreds of people are marching alongside #BloodySunday families through #Derry City Centre as they go to find out the PPS decision on soldier prosecutionshttps://t.co/V1hJCjH5pT #towardsjustice pic.twitter.com/3L12hkxOCN
— Derry Journal (@derryjournal) March 14, 2019
— Morning Ireland (@morningireland) March 14, 2019
Families of the victims of Bloody Sunday are marching to a city centre hotel where 17 former British soldiers will hear if they are to be prosecuted for killing 13 innocent civil rights demonstrators on January 30, 1972.
More as we get it.
On my first date with a British infantry officer I had two questions for him; one about women in the military and one on soldiering and #BloodySunday. His take then and now; you don't protect the rule of law by failing to uphold it. Reader, I married him.
— Maria Farrell (@mariafarrell) March 14, 2019