Lord Saville rejects appeal over Gerald Donaghey

The chairman of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry - Lord Saville - has rejected an appeal from the family of one of those killed to re-examine the circumstances in which he died. Gerald Donaghey was 17 when he was shot on Bloody Sunday. The Saville report found that he was probably in possession of nail-bombs when he was shot - a finding which continues to anger his family. But, in an interview with the BBC's Paul McCauley, Lord Saville says he stands by that conclusion.

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