Family call over Derry schoolboy bomb victim Gordon Gallagher

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The parents of a schoolboy killed when he triggered an IRA bomb in Londonderry in 1973 believe the deputy first minister knows who was involved.

Nine-year-old Gordon Gallagher died when the device exploded in his garden in Creggan.

The schoolboy was playing 'Cowboys and Indians' in the garden with his younger brother when he tripped on the bomb which had been left there.

BBC Newsline's Jennifer O'Leary reports.

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