Thursday, November 17, 2011

UK Iraq war report delayed over secret documents

The Chilcot Inquiry published a statement on its website. According to the statement, the inquiry would delay the release of its draft report until the summer of 2012. Originally, the panel was supposed to produce something around the end of this year. But now, the panel claims that it has asked the government to release a set of secret documents which will be used in the report.

Yawn.

Given the nature of Britain and the way the inquiry has done its work so far, does Britain really believe that anyone will fear their pathetic threat to tell the truth?

Yawn.

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