McAllister, J. F. O.
July 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/28/2003, Issue 29, p40
The article discusses issues related to the suicide of David Kelly, an advisor to the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain on biological and chemical weapons. His suicide raised several issues over the Iraq War. Kelly had visited Iraq nearly 40 times, and handed a dossier based on his findings to Prime Minister Tony Blair. Blair released the dossier in September, 2005 that argued Iraq had weapons of mass destruction and was trying to get more.


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