Is it just me or is there something odd about the apparent lack of national BBC media interest in the growing support for Soldier F? For those unaware of the Soldier F case an online search of one’s favoured information source will fill in the background. Aside from the recent and almost ignored London protest regional demonstrations have taken place nationwide including the cities of Plymouth and Dundee. https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/live-veterans-protest-bloody-sunday-2777591 https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/...ort-of-soldier-f-over-bloody-sunday-killings/ A protest of a slightly different nature was made in Portadown, County Armagh. https://www.derryjournal.com/news/s...ve-and-should-be-taken-down-jackson-1-8894068 I seldom don a tin-foil-hat but there are rumours from credible sources which suggest that the combination of insecurity about the BREXIT border between NI and the Republic and sensitivity about the Soldier F case has prompted the BBC to be ‘persuaded’ to not further inflame tensions. Someone has already made a Freedom of Information Act application to get a formal answer from the BBC. https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/complaints_received_about_lack_o_2#incoming-1348782 Personally, my unease is less about service personnel being accountable for alleged actions but that several of them now face prosecution after almost fifty years. Meanwhile the 1998 Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement permitted convicted IRA and Loyalist bombers and murderers to walk free in the interests of ‘peace’. A blatant imbalance of justice in my opinion.