TEXAS: New Blood
- Calm court for Hutton inquiry. Rovnick, Naomi // Lawyer;9/22/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p4
Reports on the second phase of the Hutton inquiry which concerns the death of British expert on Iraqi weapons, David Kelly.
- Doctors fight for Kelly inquest despite release of report. Dyer, Clare // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;10/30/2010, Vol. 341 Issue 7779, p912
The article focuses on the controversies surrounding the cause of the death of government weapons inspector David Kelly.
- Kelly's funeral ushers in probe. Johnson, Debra // Daily Variety;7/31/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 19, p7
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...
- Whistle blower's suicide questioned. Robson, Peter // Green Left Weekly;8/18/2010, Issue 849, p17
The article reports on the issues of the alleged suicide of Dr. David Kelly, a 59-year-old scientist.
- Information overload. Turner, Mimi // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;8/26/2003, Vol. 380 Issue 8, p14
For journalists all too familiar with the rapid use of "no comment" when quizzing Great Britain's public institutions about their official business, the current Hutton Inquiry into the death of Defense Ministry scientist David Kelly performs the rare feat of answering more questions than it sets...
- Colleyville stays on top of retail development. HOWE, ALESHIA // Fort Worth Business Press;1/5/2009, Vol. 20 Issue 52, p6
The article reports on the support of the community of Colleyville, Texas for the growth of the city's retail sector. Citizens and businesspeople are investing in Main Street Chop & Fish restaurant. A market survey commissioned by the city revealed that the city would become a destination for...
- Lawyer profiles: what talents will each bring to the court room? // Lawyer;9/22/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p4
Profiles the lawyers representing the parties in the Hutton inquiry which concerns the death of British expert on Iraqi weapons, David Kelly. James Dingemans, counsel to the Hutton inquiry; Andrew Caldecott for the British Broadcasting Corp.; Heather Rogers for journalist Andrew Gilligan.
- The vital questions. // New Scientist;7/26/2003, Vol. 179 Issue 2405, p5
Editorial. Focuses on the death of the leader of weapons inspectors to Iraq, David Kelly. Dispute between British Broadcasting Corp. and the British government regarding Iraq's weapons capability; Investigation of Kelly's death by a judicial inquiry.
- Down at my local, the jury sits and weighs the evidence in the Kelly case. Howe, Darcus // 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.