Bloody Sunday and the Rule of Law in Northern Ireland
Drawing on original research into explosive evidence which had been concealed for twenty-five years this book offers a devastating critique of the official Widgery Inquiry into the massacre of innocent and unarmed civilians by British soldiers on Bloody Sunday.
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The Road to Bloody Sunday
The Widgery Inquiry
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