How effective is the HET?

Hugh Orde is a fan but questions are being raised about the thoroughness of the Historical Enquiries Team’s work over its lack of action on DNA testing of seized weaponry. It has completed approximatley 10% of its task, 442 cases, but none of these have produced a file to the Public Prosecution Service. Meanwhile, Des Rea, has called for a government to view establishing a commission to examine truth recovery as a priority.

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