...unless authorities hand over Sinn Fein and IRA members? This conclusion is the result of the three IRA members being arrested in Colombia for training FARC rebels. To be fair, the three men have denied any involvement with the IRA, but Gerry Adams's envoy to the region was one of the group (Sinn Fein denied this at first, but later admitted it), so the link seems fairly clear. If this is proved to be true, then this makes Sinn Fein and the IRA part of a global terrorist network. Will we therefore see Irishmen rounded up and shipped to Camp X-Ray in Cuba? Is the Irish government going to have to hand over Sinn Fein activists to the US? If the answer is "no", why? What would make this case so different from the other groups being rounded up around the world? Peace.