Why limit it to the "mainland"? Don't forget Enniskillen, Omagh, Bloody Friday, Shankill Road, Teebane, Warrenpoint, Claudy, La Mon and numerous others.
No there won't be more enquiries and no, Martin McGuinness won't be tried.
We need to move on.
What set Bloody Sunday apart was the significance of the Widgery report. The Bloody Sunday relatives believe that the Report of Lord Widgery was a deliberately incomplete and wilfully misleading official version of events designed for the sole purpose of exculpating the actions of the British Army.
Hopefully the Saville enquiry will reveal a more credible version of events which will bring a degree of closure.
Without wishing to speculate on the content of the report, should it say that innocent people were murdered by the British Army, I do nt believe that retired soldiers should be prosecuted after all these years, the Good Friday Agreement freed many killers from the past and the terms of the agreement should now apply to the soldiers also.