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Future of legacy investigations in doubt after Soldier F trial collapses

Families vow to fight on following ‘another damning indictment of British justice system’

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Bereaved: Mickey McKinney speaks to the media outside the City Hotel in Londonderry yesterday, with his brothers John (left) and Joe (right) watched by solicitor Fearghal Shiels. Credit: Liam McBurney/PA

Bereaved: Mickey McKinney speaks to the media outside the City Hotel in Londonderry yesterday, with his brothers John (left) and Joe (right) watched by solicitor Fearghal Shiels. Credit: Liam McBurney/PA

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James Wray (left) and William McKinney. Credit: Bloody Sunday Trust/PA

James Wray (left) and William McKinney. Credit: Bloody Sunday Trust/PA

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Daniel Hegarty

Daniel Hegarty

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Director of Public Prosecutions Stephen Herron. Credit: Public Prosecution Service

Director of Public Prosecutions Stephen Herron. Credit: Public Prosecution Service

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Bereaved: Mickey McKinney speaks to the media outside the City Hotel in Londonderry yesterday, with his brothers John (left) and Joe (right) watched by solicitor Fearghal Shiels. Credit: Liam McBurney/PA

The future of legacy investigations in Northern Ireland is in doubt after the collapse of two pending prosecutions against former soldiers.

The families of those killed on Bloody Sunday have expressed disappointment at the collapse of the trial of Soldier F, saying they will challenge the decision in the High Court.


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