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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970
'Bloody Sunday' Rally : 40th Anniversary.
GPO , Dublin , Saturday 28th January 2012 , 12 Noon - 1.45pm.
Republican Sinn Féin will hold a Rally on the traffic isle in O' Connell Street , Dublin (facing the GPO) to mark the 40th Anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday'.
The 40th Anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday' , Derry , will be marked in Dublin on Saturday 28th January 2012 , by Republican Sinn Féin , in a Rally to be held near the GPO , O' Connell Street , from 12 Noon to 1.45PM. After a peaceful Civil Rights march on January 30th , 1972 - from Creggan to Free Derry Corner - units of the British army Parachute Regiment opened fire with automatic rifles and shot dead 14 unarmed civilians , injuring many more . It was later revealed that some days prior to the massacre , the British soldiers involved had been briefed to “…shoot to kill..” at the march . “This Sunday became known as ‘Bloody Sunday’ and bloody it was . It was quite unnecessary . It strikes me that the (British) army ran amok that day and shot without thinking of what they were doing . They were shooting innocent people . They may have been taking part in a parade which was banned , but that did not justify the troops coming in and firing live rounds indiscriminately . I would say without reservations that it was sheer unadulterated murder . It was murder , gentlemen.” - the words of British Major Hubert O’Neill , Derry City Coroner, at the conclusion of the inquests on the 13 people killed by the British Army on Bloody Sunday.