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Bloody Sunday inquiry is released

Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
Banners depicting the victims of the Bloody Sunday shootings are marched to the Guildhall for the announcement into the findings of the Saville Report in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. (Getty Images)
Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
Martin McGuinness (R), the Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland, answers journalist's questions. The long-awaited report, which was set up in 1998, stated that all the victims were innocent. (Getty Images)
Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
A banner depicting Jackie Duddy, a victim of the Bloody Sunday shootings, is seen above the crowd outside the Guildhall. (Getty Images)
Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
Members of the public embrace in celebration after hearing the findings of the Saville Report and listening to David Cameron's announcement to the Commons. (Getty Images)
Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
A general view of the crowds outside the Guildhall in Londonderry. (Getty Images)
Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
Families of the victims of the Bloody Sunday shootings march from the Bogside area of Londonderry to the Guildhall holding photographs of their relatives. (Getty Images)
Bloody Sunday inquiry is released
An old copy of The Derry Journal is placed at the foot of the memorial of the Bloody Sunday killings. (Getty Images)