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By Jim Gibney (for Irish News)
“Nothing before June 15 or after June 15 will surpass the sense of
elation and breakthrough that I felt and that includes the soldier
charged, a successful prosecution and imprisonment,” - Tony Doherty,
whose father Paddy was shot dead on Bloody Sunday in Derry.
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