Lancaster, Pat
July 2003
Middle East;Jul2003, Issue 336, p27
A dossier intended to rally the support of the British public for the invasion of Iraq has been exposed by a British newspaper as being largely based on the work of an American student who published his work on the Internet. The dossier Iraq: Its Infrastructure of Concealment, Deception and Intimidation was made public earlier this year as British Prime minister Tony Blair tried to convince the British public the war on Iraq was justified.


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