28 January 2013 Ex-IRA woman Dolours Price's funeral takes place
Because it’s more important to protect the activities of the “oral history community” than to pursue a murder investigation? I have no idea whether BC is correct about all the possible ramifications about the release of these tapes. But I do know one thing: The college should not be promising confidentiality to people with widely known histories of criminal, if not terrorist, activities.
Who do these interviewers think they are? Are conversations with oral historians now protected like communication with lawyers or religious figures? BC has decided not to appeal the judge’s decision. So for now anyway there is no “oral historian privilege.”
1. the word confidentiality
2. the phrase "contract guaranteed to the extent of American Law'
3. notification of the US/UK Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty, using the same phrase, "contract guranteed to the extent of the US/UK Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty"