A police inquiry into the fatal shooting of a Co Tyrone man by the British Army 20 years ago has concluded that he is unlikely to have been killed by accident.
Aiden McAnespie was shot dead as he walked to a GAA match in the border village of Aughnacloy on February 21st, 1988.
The British Army said the shooting happened by accident when a soldier's hand slipped.
The soldier was charged with manslaughter, but the charges were later dropped and he was medically discharged from the army.
The PSNI's Historical Inquiries Team has now concluded that, out of all the possible options, the Army's version of events is the least likely.
The McAnespie family say Aidan had been repeatedly harassed by the police and British soldiers.