A UK Government-commissioned report into the 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane has found British security services actively facilitated the killing.
Sir Desmond Da Silva's review concluded that there were "shocking" levels of state collusion but concluded there was "no overarching state conspiracy".
Mr Finucane was shot dead by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his wife and children in North Belfast.
Prime Minister David Cameron apologised but the family of Mr Finucane condemned the report as a "whitewash".
Scotland Tonight spoke to investigative journalist Eamonn O'Neill who has reported extensively on the case. You can view the full video above.
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