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Father in plea for son's justice

Paul McCauley
Paul McCauley before he was attacked in 2006

The family of a Londonderry man left in a vegetative state after a sectarian assault have said they won't rest until all those responsible are caught.

Paul McCauley, 32, suffered permanent brain damage after the attack in the Waterside in 2006.

Daryl Proctor, now 18, is serving a 12 year sentence in a young offenders centre for his role in the attack.

Mr McCauley's father Jim called on Proctor to give police the names of the others involved.

"It is totally wrong that these people should walk free," he said.

"I think we as a family owe it to Paul, and I think those who know the names owe it to society, because this damage has been done to us but the threat remains to others," he said.

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Paul McAuley's father speaking to Enda McClafferty



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