This is sickening! from the Belfast Telegraph: THE decision of Chief Constable Hugh Orde to close investigations on some 1,800 unsolved terrorist murders, coupled with his termination of the expert unit of recalled former detectives and forensic science specialists working on these "cold cases", raises the most serious financial, political and moral questions. Currently, the inquiry into the 13 deaths on Bloody Sunday is running at a predicted cost of £200m, to which can be added upwards of £40m for the Finucane and Nelson inquiries. Yet a specialist unit aimed at bringing to justice those who murdered some 1,800 people, and costing in the region of £1m per annum is to be ended. Are those who grieve and those who live with mutilated minds and bodies to be denied the basic human right of having the perpetrators brought to justice? The reason for the gross disparity between the cases cited is political. Many of the unsolved murders have been committed by those on the run from justice. It might be politically embarrassing if conclusive evidence warranting prosecution was to be unearthed.