Northern Ireland secrets on tape – The Northern Ireland peace process was signed in 1998 but paramilitary murals -- this one for the Ulster Volunteer Force -- still cover Belfast walls.
Northern Ireland secrets on tape – Helen McKendry, who was 15 when her mother, Jean McConville, was dragged from the house in 1972. McConville's body was not found until 2003.
Northern Ireland secrets on tape – Jean McConville (left) with three of her 10 children. McConville's murder was one of the most infamous in the violence that became known as The Troubles.
Northern Ireland secrets on tape – Now audio tapes made by former IRA members could help give the family answers, but releasing them could endanger the people who made the tapes.
Northern Ireland secrets on tape – Belfast was the front line in Northen Ireland's sectarian violence. Academics say releasing the tapes could put at risk the peace process and embarrass senior politicians.
Northern Ireland secrets on tape – Anthony McIntyre is the researcher and former IRA member who persauded his old comrades to speak on tape. He believes his life is in danger if the tapes are released.