Families' hopes for Bloody Sunday report

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The outcome of the Bloody Sunday inquiry, the longest and most expensive public inquiry in UK legal history, will be made public on Tuesday.

Mickey McKinney's brother William and Jean Hegarty's brother Kevin McElhinney were killed when British paratroopers opened fire on the civil rights march in January 1972.

They and the Bloody Sunday Trust's Conal McFeely spoke to the BBC about what they hoped to see in the report.

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