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Resource ID: #25719
Subject: Crime
Source: CNN
Date: 2012-05-26



Forty years ago, during the height of Northern Ireland's sectarian violence known as "The Troubles," a widowed mother with 10 children disappeared. Today, the answers to what happened could be found in audio recordings locked away in a U.S. college archive. But some don't want the truth to come out. The audio recordings were collected for the Boston College Oral History Archives, from members of groups on both sides of the fighting. But this history project may contain evidence, that could threaten a delicate peace agreement - and the man credited with helping bring that peace to Northern Ireland, Gerry Adams. Adams, a prominent Irish politician and alleged former head of the Irish Republican Army, has vigorously denied the allegations. But many think the tapes could hold the key to solving the widowed mother's murder - and more. In this episode of CNN's documentary series “World's Untold Stories”, Nic Robertson examines the risks and the benefits of exposing what truths may be on the tapes - and explains the ongoing battle between families, politicians, the courts, and academia, who are either seeking the truth, or seeking to protect it.

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