Forrester, Chris
August 2003
Daily Variety;8/22/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 36, p11
Trade Publication
Reports that journalist Andrew Gilligan could face disciplinary action from British Broadcasting Corp. for not disclosing that he sent an email to a Parliament member naming weapons expert David Kelly as the source for a story into a government document about Iraq's weapons capability. Contents of the email; Isolated status of Gilligan at the company; Highlights of the High Court hearing into Kelly's suicide.


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