Tracy Deans, whose great uncle James McClelland died in the bombings of Claudy in 1972, stands for photographers with a copy of the report by the Police Ombudsman, Claudy, Northern Ireland August 24, 2010. The government, the police and the Catholic Church colluded to protect a priest suspected of involvement in a 1972 bombing in Northern Ireland that killed 9 people, a report said on Tuesday.The Police Ombudsman's eight-year probe revealed a cardinal was involved in moving Father James Chesney out of Northern Ireland, highlighting anew the way the Church hierarchy shielded priests from allega

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Tracy Deans, whose great uncle James McClelland died in the bombings of Claudy in 1972, stands for photographers with a copy of the report by the Police Ombudsman, Claudy, Northern Ireland August 24, 2010. The government, the police and the Catholic Church colluded to protect a priest suspected of involvement in a 1972 bombing in Northern Ireland that killed 9 people, a report said on Tuesday.The Police Ombudsman's eight-year probe revealed a cardinal was involved in moving Father James Chesney out of Northern Ireland, highlighting anew the way the Church hierarchy shielded priests from allega

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