Danny Bradley, brother of Seamus Bradley, reacts to ruling in Belfast Coroner's Court that found that the soldier who shot him had been unjustified. The 19-year-old IRA man was killed by a soldier from the Royal Scots Regiment on July 31 during Operation Motorman - an Army attempt to gain control of republican areas in Belfast and Derry that had previously been considered no-go zones for the security forces. The Army claimed the teenager was shot while he was in a tree in Bishop's Field in Derry and suffered additional injuries as he fell. His family alleged he sustained fatal injuries, including a broken neck, while being interrogated and tortured by soldiers. However, coroner judge Patrick Kinney rejected both those versions of events as he ruled at Belfast Coroner's Court.