Death of David Kelly: The Hutton Inquiry - the Conclusions
Whitaker, Raymond, The Independent on Sunday (London, England)
Over the summer, some of the country's most powerful figures and finest legal minds converged on the Royal Courts of Justice in London for the inquiry into the death of the weapons scientist Dr David Kelly. The evidence took us behind the scenes in Downing Street, Whitehall and the BBC. We learned how the Government's September 2002 dossier on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction was put together, and what happened after Dr Kelly told the BBC's Andrew Gilligan it had been "sexed up" by Alastair Campbell...
Three of the country's most expensive QCs were chatting in an empty Court 73 at the Royal Courts of Justice in London as they waited for the Hutton inquiry to resume …
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