Maybe, maybe not.
What age are those soldiers now? 50s? 60s? Older? Putting them on trial will not change anything that happened. It won't bring anyone back.
Will some people want to see them put on trial? Probably.
But I think more people want to leave the past where it is, in the past. Because when you dig it up, and start using it to justify things .. well, let's just say that Norn Iron has hundreds of years and hundreds of incidents that certain segments of the population have happily used in the past to justify thier side, and their actions.
Thankfully those people are dying out. The rest of the population are sick and tired of it all, and just want what everyone wants. A normal life.
True. You have Gerry Adams and Ian Paisley sitting in a room together, perfectly amiable in their joint decision making. Even a massive row over policing couldn't ruin things. And that's just on top; as far as people themselves are concerned, you're no longer in danger walking on, say, Falls or Shankhill road in Belfast. These places are now tourist sites for both Loyalists and Republicans to enjoy.
But that said, now that this verdict has been cast, many people will want to see the guilty punished. Even if it doesn't concern them, reading about the soldiers escaping trial will certainly provoke anger. There are still hardcores out there, even in the younger generation, and they are the brothers/sisters/friends/partners of those ready to forget the past. All I'm saying is, opinions can spread like wildfire and people will always find it difficult to move on if they feel justice isn't being served.
Unless, of course, the acknowledgement that wrongdoing was done, especially from a conservative prime minister, is enough. I doubt many would get too much satisfaction from seeing a pensioner be paraded in the dock.