On January 30, 1972, a large number of protesters protested in Bogside, Northern Ireland. They were protesting against the internment.
On January 30, 1972, British paratroopers shot and killed 14 protesters from a group of 10,000 protesters that were demonstrating against the British practice interning paramilitary suspects without a trial.
Monday 31, 1972, British Home Secretary made a speech about Bloody Sunday and says the protesters were armed(lie).
February 1, 1972, The British Prime Minister, announced the appointment of Lord Widgery, then Lord Chief Justice, to undertake an inquiry into the 13 deaths on 'Bloody Sunday'.
February 1, 1972, The Ministry of Defence also issued a detailed account of the British Army's version of events during 'Bloody Sunday'.
February 2, 1972, Northern Ireland hold funerals for the people that died on Bloody Sunday.