More lies exposed

Ames, Chris
August 2007
New Statesman;8/27/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4859, p17
The article reports on investigations into a British government memo concerning weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, a document said to be of questionable veracity that was used to justify the war in Iraq. Researches on the part of anti-war Conservative Party member of parliament John Baron are described.


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