A team of detectives is due to re-open files on 100 unresolved murders of the Northern Ireland Troubles. The team, led by retired Metropolitan Police Commander David Cox, will re-examine a total of 3,268 killings between 1969 and the 1998 peace accord. The squad of about 100 detectives and support staff will use the latest forensic science and intelligence analysing technology. "Good luck to them I say. But no doubt if convictions happen good old Tony & the South African Peter Hain will let those responsible off with a slap on the bottom under some new silly accord"