Soldier F will not attend first day of Bloody Sunday court case

A former soldier charged with the murder of two people in Londonderry will not be in court for the first day of the case.

The ex-paratrooper, known as soldier F, faces a number of charges in connection with a shooting incident in Derry in 1972 – which has become known as Bloody Sunday.

Soldier F is accused of killing James Wray and William McKinney, as well as four counts of attempted murder.

On Thursday, it emerged that the veteran, aged in his late 60s, will not appear at Derry Court House next week for…
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