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McGuinness risks jail for not naming IRA comrades

Martin McGuinness declared yesterday that he would rather die than disclose the names of IRA comrades with him on Bloody Sunday. The ex-Provisionals chief remained defiant when Lord Saville, chairman of the tribunal examining events in 1972, warned that Mr McGuinness could face legal action if he continued to refuse to name the paramilitaries involved. Emerging from Derry’s Guildhall after a marathon two days on the witness stand, the Sinn Fein MP said: “I’m prepared to go to jail. I would rather die than destroy my code of honour to the IRA.” He asked: “Am I going to be the only person in prison as the result of the murders of 14 people and the wounding of 13 others on Bloody Sunday?” Full Story

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