much more interesting is the recent irish reveal of a document that shows M I 5 in conversations with the ulster volunteer force, and discussing a possible assassination on charles haughey. the uvf were apparantley not interested in the offer of weapons and support from MI 5 as MI 5 had betrayed them several times already--in their opinion. this shows the willingness of the british security establishment to interfere grossly in the republic. the uvf claimed they killed their won ms hanna, in britsh security information that he was a traitor, only to find out that that information was untrue.
the disclosure of the official records on the northern ireland abuses would be nice but most have been sealed again, and few brits care about the murder of irish people.