A former soldier has been given a suspended sentence for killing a man in a shooting at an Army checkpoint in Northern Ireland almost 35 years ago,
David Holden is the first soldier to be convicted of a Trouble-era killing in Northern Ireland since the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.
The victim of the 1988 shooting was 23-year-old Aidan McAnespie.
He was killed by a bullet which ricocheted off the road and hit him in the back at a County Tyrone checkpoint.
Holden was sentenced to three years in prison but the judge suspended the term for three years.