BBC News - US court to rule on Boston College Troubles archive
Should interviews with former terrorists/freedom fighters on the condition of secrecy be turned over to a foreign police service who may, or may not act on the confessions contained?
I feel slightly torn. Handing them over might well place the lives of interviewees (and others) in jeopardy. On the other hand, if information exists that allows the families of murder victims to locate, seek justice for, or even just bring closure, then shouldn't it be made available?