No contempt charges seen despite IRA honour code

A spokesman for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry has said they are not considering contempt charges against Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness despite his refusal to name fellow IRA Volunteers in Derry on the day British soldiers killed 14 civil rights demonstrators in the city.

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