Brady shocked at priest involvement

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Cardinal Sean Brady, the head of the Catholic Church in Ireland, has described the suspected involvement of a Catholic priest in the Claudy bombing as "shocking".

He was speaking as the Northern Ireland's Police Ombudsman report said there was evidence that Father James Chesney was one of the main suspects in the bomb attack.

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