Troubles' legacy: Victim's family feel betrayed by government plans

The sister of the first Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) soldier murdered in the Troubles has said she feels betrayed by the government's legacy proposals.

Winston Donnell was manning a checkpoint at Clady outside Strabane when he was shot dead on 9 August 1971.

IRA gunmen opened fire on the 22-year-old from a passing car.

His sister, Audrey Robinson, now fear his killers will be granted an amnesty under government proposals that would see an end to Troubles-related prosecutions.

The proposals would apply to former members of the security forces and to former paramilitaries, as well as marking an end to future inquests and civil actions.

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