Onus on SF's Murphy to give victims answers
Sinn Féin's symbiotic relationship with the IRA continues to cast a shadow over the party's purported commitment to entirely peaceful and democratic means.
The families of those murdered by the Provos won't go quietly into the night, as they continue to seek justice for the murder of their loved ones. Sinn Féin is dealing with formidable women in two high-profile cases.
Yesterday, Sheila Stack, the widow of Brian Stack, the prison officer killed by the IRA in 1983, called on Gerry Adams to give information he has to gardaí.