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Soldier admits killing fourth man

A former parachute regiment soldier has been told he faces allegations of murdering four people on Bloody Sunday, and possibly of killing more. Soldier F agreed at the Saville Inquiry on Thursday that he killed four people, but insisted he did not murder them. He told the inquiry that he fired only at a gunman and two nailbombers. The Saville Inquiry is examining the events of 30 January 1972 when 13 civilians were shot dead by British army soldiers during a civil rights march in Londonderry. A 14th person died later. Soldier F admitted killing Michael Kelly, Barney McGuigan and Paddy Doherty and an unidentified man in Glenfada Park. It was suggested to him that the unidentified man may be William McKinney. Full Story

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