The BBC and other news sources are running the story that the new Wikipedia tool "Scanner" has highlighted that organisations like the US Democrats and the CIA have been altering peoples' information.
However, the most odd entry on the list of altered files appears to have been done from the Vatican, which altered a file on Gerry Adams, leader of Sinn Fein, to remove any trace of his possible involvement in terrorist activities.
We know the Catholic church has proved adept at whitewashing the details of priest involved in child abuse over the years, but attempting to make out that Gerry Adams is some kind of saint really is ridiculous and shows a real contempt for the truth from the Vatican.
In Northern Ireland people are trying to move forward, but they can only do this by accepting what has gone on in the past and not ignoring it. History teaches us all to learn lessons and change. Making up a false history and ignoring the failings of the past is morally bankrupt.