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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.
(Londonderry, Northern Ireland: Ron Allen) The 30th anniversary of the "Bloody Sunday" violence in Northern Ireland that is marked by a new film critical of the British army featured; scenes shown from January 30, 1972, when British soldiers killed Catholic marchers in Londonderry, Northern Ireland and from the film. [Victim's brother John KELLY - says the film portrays the murder that happened.] [Member of British Parliament Gerald HOWARTH - says the whole thing was one-sided: that the troops faced an unmarked enemy.] [Film director Paul GREENGRASS - says the truth has not been told about "Bloody Sunday."]
- Allen, Ron;
- Seigenthaler, John
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