Down at my local, the jury sits and weighs the evidence in the Kelly case

Howe, Darcus
July 2003
New Statesman;7/28/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4648, p12
Discusses the issues surrounding David Kelly's death. Skepticism of West Indians in Great Britain about the media and the ruling establishment; Role of Kelly in searching for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq; Possibility that Kelly committed suicide; Belief of some that Kelly was murdered.


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