Thursday, 30 January 2014

BLOODY SUNDAY BRITISH OCCUPIED IRELAND

Bloody Sunday Rage of Orange Order Para Fleggers


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Parachute Regiment flags in Newbuildings

PARACHUTE Regiment flags have been erected in Derry ahead of the anniversary of Bloody Sunday. It is the second year that British paratrooper flags have been flown in Derry. 

Given the history of the Parachute Regiment in Derry and the upcoming anniversary of Bloody Sunday this weekend, the erection of these flags is being seen as provocation in the Derry area.
A spokesman for the British Army said any unauthorised use of the regimental flag was "irresponsible" and "disrespectful". He said: "The use of bogus regimental flags, emblems or motifs is not only contrary to the high standards demanded and promoted within the armed forces but also inappropriate, irresponsible and disrespectful to the men and women serving with distinction."
LIST OF INNOCENT VICTIMS MURDERED BY BRITISH ARMY ON BLOODY SUNDAY
Patrick "Paddy" Doherty (31)
Gerald Donaghy (17)
John "Jackie" Duddy (17)
Hugh Gilmour (17)
Michael Kelly (17)
Michael McDaid (20)
Kevin McElhinney (17)
Bernard "Barney" McGuigan (41)
Gerald McKinney (35)
William "Willie" McKinney (26)
William Nash (19)
James "Jim" Wray (22)
John Young (17)
John Johnston (59)
John Johnson was shot twice on January 30, 1972 and died on June 16, 1972. His family say he died prematurely and that his death was due to the injuries received and trauma he underwent on Bloody Sunday.
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