Mr McEldowney said false allegations could damage the legitimate claims of people who were abused in care
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HIA inquiry: Man says HIA should not pay out compensation

A former resident of a boy's home has said there should be no compensation arising from the findings of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry.

Bernard McEldowney was cared for by Sister of Nazareth nuns in Termonbacca, Londonderry.

Some victims groups want compensation payments before the inquiry completes it work in two years time.

BBC News NI's Kevin Sharkey reports.

  • 25 Feb 2015