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31 January 2002 Edition

Campbell's Bloody Sunday bigotry

31 January 2002

Derry DUP MP Gregory Campbell wrote in The Irish Times on 30 January, the 30th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday massacre, that "we are expected to believe that (the IRA) suddenly took rest and recuperation" on Bloody Sunday. The actual evidence suggests that two members of the Official IRA, reacting impulsively to the British Army's firing on unarmed civilians, fired a minimal amount of ineffective shots that had no effect on the massacre that was already in train. Free article

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