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WorldLink: Northern Ireland: Befriending the soldier that shot me

Richard Moore was 10 years old when he was blinded by a rubber bullet in Northern Ireland in 1972. Charles Innes is the British soldier who pulled the trigger. After years of hatred and bitterness, Richard reached out to the soldier who shot him as a young boy. Nearly 50 years on from the start of The Troubles in Northern Ireland, Colm Flynn has this unlikely story of forgiveness and friendship.

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