A former British solider has been given a three year suspended sentence for the killing of Aiden McAnespie.
David Jonathan Holden was found guilty of his manslaughter last November, but today escaped a jail sentence.
Mr. McAnespie - who was 23 at the time - was shot in the back at an army checkpoint in Tyrone in 1988.
Paul Young - from the Northern Ireland Veterans Association - has given his reaction:
"So there's clearly a disparity between terrorists and the security forces that served in Northern Ireland.
"Totally unacceptable, and something that we've been saying all along throughout the legacy process, it's a disgrace and should never have happened."