Johnson, Debra
July 2003
Daily Variety;7/22/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 12, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) is preparing to defend its reputation in the face of the growing controversy over the death of former Ministry of Defence scientist David Kelly, who was the source of a BBC report accusing the government of hyping weapons evidence to justify the 2003 Iraq War. Issues that could come under scrutiny in the judicial inquiry into the government's handling of Kelly.


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