It’s amazing. It’s delicious. It’s standard fair. It’s . . . Well, they do call higher education folks the Chatter group for a reason:
The Boston tapes that ensnared Gerry Adams
In 2001 at 150-year-old Boston College, a prestigious Catholic institution in the city with America’s largest Irish immigrant population, researchers quietly embarked on a project to interview participants in the Northern Ireland conflict known as the Troubles.
They set about constructing an oral history of the violent period, interviewing dozens of former Irish Republican Army members and participants in voluntary paramilitary groups that supported union with Britain.
With tensions still prompting fears of speaking out about the events of the late 1960s through the 1990s, interviewees were promised absolute anonymity until after their deaths.
That guarantee unraveled amid court orders, with potentially serious consequences for participants in Ireland, and fresh questions about academic freedom and the strength of researchers’ confidentiality assertions in the face of a criminal investigation.
I’m not sorry I’m grinning to beat hell. I think it is the funniest bit in the daily news. even the cop killer, cum professor, noted friend of the current commander in chief of the USA admitted the truth after his trial.
What a country.
From the reaches,