The report on the Bloody Sunday shootings of 1972 will be read to Parliament tomorrow. The inquiry has lasted for years and has cost millions of pounds - mostly in lawyers' fees. Has it been worth it? While the relatives of the 14 people shot dead understandably want justice, will justice be served by (possibly) jailing ex-soldiers nearly 40 years after the event? After all, both Loyalist and Republican paramilitaries guilty of crimes during the Troubles have been released. What views do we have?