Documentary Bloody Sunday Remembered( Some film footage my be to upsetting for viewers) Sorry about the sound dont know what happen? but if you use earphones to listen to the video sounds clearer On 30 January 1972 in the Bogside area of Derry, Northern Ireland, in which 26 unarmed civil-rights protesters and bystanders were shot by soldiers of the British Army. John (Jackie) Duddy (17). Shot in the chest in the car park of Rossville flats. Bernard McGuigan (41). Shot in the back of the head when he went to help Patrick Doherty Hugh Pious Gilmour (17). Shot through his right elbow, the bullet then entering his chest as he ran from the paratroopers on Rossville Street Kevin McElhinney (17). Shot from behind while attempting to crawl to safety at the front entrance of the Rossville Flats. Two witnesses stated McElhinney was unarmed. Michael Gerald Kelly (17). Shot in the stomach while standing near the rubble barricade in front of Rossville Flats. Widgery accepted that Kelly was unarmed. John Pius Young (17). Shot in the head while standing at the rubble barricade. Two witnesses stated Young was unarmed. William Noel Nash (19). Shot in the chest near the barricade. Witnesses stated Nash was unarmed and going to the aid of another when killed. Michael M. McDaid (20). Shot in the face at the barricade as he was walking away from the paratroopers. The trajectory of the bullet indicated he could have been killed by soldiers positioned on the Derry Walls. James Joseph Wray (22 ...

Film Duration: 50 min .