LONDON, Nov. 7 (UPI) -- A report on the findings of an inquiry into 1972's Bloody Sunday incident in Northern Ireland will not be released until next year, an official says.
Mark Saville, the chairman of the Bloody Sunday inquiry, said his final report on the infamous shooting of civil rights protesters in the Derry, Northern Ireland, will be made public next year after a decade of investigation, The Times of London said Friday.
The news of another delay in the investigative report was not welcomed by surviving members of the Bloody Sunday victims' families.
"We are astounded, devastated, frustrated and very angry by this latest delay," said John Kelly, whose brother Michael was one of the 14 people shot dead by British paratroopers in January 1972.
Tony Doherty, who lost his father Richard in the historic tragedy, told The Daily Telegraph all the surviving family members can do is continue waiting for the 10-year-old report.
"We were beginning to organize ourselves to respond to the report so we have had some meetings so it is very disappointing and confusing as well," he said. "All we can do at this minute is wait."