Terry Laverty, speaking to BBC News NI's Helen Jones, criticised how long it took for his conviction to be quashed
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Ballymurphy conviction: Terry Laverty cleared of rioting

A man convicted of rioting in west Belfast in 1971 has had his conviction quashed.

A judge was told the Public Prosecution Service was not opposing Terry Laverty's appeal.

His brother John was among 10 people shot dead by the Parachute Regiment during an operation in west Belfast's Ballymurphy area.

BBC News NI's Helen Jones reports.

  • 10 Feb 2015