DERRY, IRELAND - MAY 8: (FILE PHOTO) The Democratic Unionist Party Leader Rev. Ian Paisley (L) Leaves At The Bloody Sunday Inquiry May 8, 2002 In Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Mr Paisley Failed To ... more 
DERRY, IRELAND - MAY 8: (FILE PHOTO) The Democratic Unionist Party Leader Rev. Ian Paisley (L) Leaves At The Bloody Sunday Inquiry May 8, 2002 In Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Mr Paisley Failed To Appear At The Hearing The Day Before And Was Summoned To Appear Or Face Being Held In Contempt Of Court. Mr Paisley Was Questioned About The Cancellation Of A Counter Demonstration On The Day Of The Civil Rights March In 1972 When 13 Civilians Were Shot Dead By British Paratroopers. The former Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley has been taken to the hospital after reportedly suffering a heart attack on February 6, 2012 in Dundonald, Ireland. (Photo By Cathal Mcnaughton/Getty Images) less 
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