Soldier F’s real name is David James Cleary. He is making headlines after his case was not dismissed, and the hearing will be held in September.
He is a former member of the British Army Parachute Regiment.
He faces several charges for murder and attempted murder charges for his role in Bloody Sunday in Derry in 1972.
On 30th January 1972, members of the Army’s parachute Regiment opened fire on Civil Rights demonstrators; soldier F faces the consequences of that incident.
He was charged with the murder of William McKinney and James Wray. He also has the case of the attempted murders of Patrick O’Donnell, Joseph Friel, Joe Mahon, and Michael Quinn.
All the charges faced by Soldier is related to Bloody Sunday in 1972.
Soldier F Real Name: David James Cleary
Soldier F’s real name is David James Cleary.
He was named soldier f in his days.
The SDLP leader Colum Eastwood used his parliamentary privilege to identify him over his actions on Bloody Sunday.
Where Is Soldier F Now?
Soldier F is facing the charges now.
The case was due to be formally dismissed in court last week, but a legal challenge by a brother of William McKinney forced an adjournment.
There are not many details available on him as the media can not name him due to legal reasons.
Some people even protested in the street in favor of Soldier F with the title protest” we are with soldier F.”