McConville's son: I hope people go to court over death

A son of the Belfast mother-of-10 killed in 1972 has said he hopes people "go to court" over her murder.

Jean McConville's son Michael said, "I hope someone gets affected by this and I hope that can be a closure for me and the rest of my brothers and sisters, with someone going to jail over this."

Michael McConville was speaking as police question Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams about her death.

Mr Adams has always denied any involvement in her abduction, killing or subsequent burial.

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'Insufficient evidence' on Gerry Adams for prosecution

There is "insufficient evidence" to pursue a prosecution against Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams in relation to the 1972 murder of Jean McConville, according to reports.