In my opinion,
Opening old KGB files in The Ukraine might open some wounds, but in the long run, it will bring the world closer to the truth, then openness and then a high probability it will lead to an apology, then forgiveness, etc..
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] On Behalf Of david lane
Sent: July 1, 2009 1:33 AM
Good morning to all.
I was amazed to see on the BBC news on Monday, that the Ukraine KGB
archives are allegedly going to
be opened to public scrutiny. If this is the case, then surely this
would be a huge step forward , enabling many
Group members to gain access to vital information about lost family
I am somewhat perplexed that i have not seen any comments on this
news appear on the K-S web-site, or maybe
i have missed something?
I am also aware that this news will be greeted with some justifiable
scepticism from some quarters, but i
would be very interested in hearing Members views on this news.
Best Regards to all. David Lane . Freckenham, UK.
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