U.K. defense sec'y: I didn't name Kelly

Johnson, Debra
August 2003
Daily Variety;8/28/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 40, p15
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Reports that Great Britain government defense secretary Geoff Hoon defended his involvement in the decision to name weapons expert David Kelly as the British Broadcasting Corp.' sole source for its controversial report about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. Involvement of Prime Minister Tony Blair's chief of staff Jonathan Powell on the decision to name Kelly.


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