The North's Public Prosecution Service upholds a decision not to prosecute 15 soldiers in connection with Bloody Sunday
13 people were killed in Derry when British soldiers opened fire on a civil rights march in the city in 1972
The PPS had previously announced a decision to bring charges against one member of the force, Soldier F. This decision was reviewed at the request of some of the families of the victims.
The results published today show the PPS found there is not enough evidence against the 15 to provide a reasonable prospect of conviction.
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