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Relatives comfort each other as Kay Duddy, brother of Jackie Duddy, who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday, talks with Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin Mc Guinness (right) in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives and family members of the dead made their way to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report, which details the British government's findings from the investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The probe began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British legal history as it gathered evidence from 2,500 witnesses, including troops who opened fire that day. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
Photo by: Peter Morrison
Relatives comfort each other as Kay Duddy, brother of Jackie Duddy, who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday, talks with Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin Mc Guinness (right) in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives and family members of the dead made their way to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report, which details the British government's findings from the investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The probe began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British legal history as it gathered evidence from 2,500 witnesses, including troops who opened fire that day. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

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