British Prime Minister Apologises for Bloody Sunday
(15 June 2010 - RV) British Prime Minister David Cameron says he is deeply sorry for
the 1972 «Bloody Sunday» massacre in Northern Ireland. The Prime Minister said the
5,000 page Saville report showed there was «no ambiguity» about what happened, and
that British soldiers fired first and even killed injured protesters trying to flee.
Lydia O'Kane spoke with Professor of Politics at the University of Ulster’s Derry
campus, Paul Arthur about the likelihood now of prosecutions.