Kelly's funeral ushers in probe

Johnson, Debra
July 2003
Daily Variety;7/31/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 19, p7
Trade Publication
Announces the burial of scientist David Kelly in Longworth, Oxfordshire, England. Involvement of Kelly in the Iraqi dossier report of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC); Occurrence of the death of Kelly after giving evidence to the British Foreign Affairs Select Committee about his conversations with BBC defense correspondent Andrew Gilligan; Details of the report of Gilligan on Radio Four.


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