Review of Bloody Sunday Inquiry 2003

By the Troops Out Movement

January

The Bloody Sunday Inquiry, sitting in London, heard that in October 1971, former Britsh Prime Minister Edward Heath, instructed the British Army to carry out an assessment of the measures they would propose ``if they were instructed that the primary goal was to bring terrorism to an end at the earliest moment, without regard to the inconvenience to the civilian population''.

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