A 38-year wait for the truth
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By Eamonn McCann (for the Irish Times)

The smoke hadn’t cleared from the Bogside when Capt Mike Jackson, second-in-command of the first battalion of the Parachute Regiment, standing in the lee of the Rossville Street flats, began making the notes which were to become the basis of the official British version of the Bloody Sunday killings.

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