The BBC are reporting that German police have arrested Verena Becker a former member of the Red Army Faction over the murder of Siegfried Buback chief West German prosecutor who was killed along with his driver and a police officer in 1977. Of course as I have said before murder files are rarely closed until many years after the case and as with so many recent cases this arrest seems related to DNA evidence. Hence, once again we see the folly of Eames Bradley trying to tell us that their proposed Legacy Commission will only have five years to try to find the evidence to get prosecutions and will be taking into account the receding possibilities. Clearly Eames Bradley place a lower value on human life than the German authorities. Then again we already knew the value they place on human life: a Ford Focus.