If there was one thing that emerged with clarity from the acquittal of Ivor Bell in Belfast last week on charges connected to the murder of Jean McConville, it was the peril of relying on oral history for evidence that is strong and persuasive enough to secure a conviction for such a serious charge.
Oral history is, at best, a rough guide to what happened in real life. Its primary purpose is to gain an...
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