Oral History Project Used as Evidence — Participants were promised anonymity
Researchers recorded and transcribed oral histories from many of the leaders of the factions caught up in the Troubles in Northern Ireland. They pledged absolute secrecy to their subjects until after their deaths. Court orders have undermined the promises of confidentiality, and the documents and tapes have become a trove for prosecutors, leading to an arrest… Read more
Leave a Reply
Submissions are moderated and may be edited to remove identifying information. If you would like to report suspected violations, please contact the USC Help & Hotline.