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From a historian’s perspective, the most interesting thing about the arrest of Gerry Adams on murder charges is the central role of oral histories given under an understanding of confidentiality. The interviews were stored as Boston College as part of the Belfast Project but the British government managed to undue their confidentiality in court. This […]

No shit.

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In Dave Brockington , General
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On June 15, 2010
12 years after commencing work, and 38 years after the event, the Saville Inquiry finds that those killed murdered or injured in the “Bloody Sunday” massacre in Derry were innocent civil rights marchers / protesters, and the shootings by soldiers of the Parachute Regiment of the British Army were unprovoked and unjustified. Unsurprisingly, Bloody Sunday […]
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