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Megan Bradley, 3, great-niece of Jim Wray, gathers in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on Tuesday, June 15, 2010, with other relatives of those shot dead on Bloody Sunday in 1972. The British government is releasing the long-awaited Saville Report, which investigated Bloody Sunday, on which 13 Catholic demonstrators were killed by British troops. The investigation 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/Paul Faith/PA Wire)
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Megan Bradley, 3, great-niece of Jim Wray, gathers in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on Tuesday, June 15, 2010, with other relatives of those shot dead on Bloody Sunday in 1972. The British government is releasing the long-awaited Saville Report, which investigated Bloody Sunday, on which 13 Catholic demonstrators were killed by British troops. The investigation 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/Paul Faith/PA Wire)

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