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« Reply #350 on: January 23, 2015, 02:44:02 AM »

‘I am not to blame in any way’, Blair tells Davos elite when challenged on his responsibility for terrorism



Blair challenged over Iraq War at WEF in Davos
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« Reply #351 on: January 23, 2015, 02:56:22 AM »

Iraq War: Chilcot inquiry report might not be published until 2016



‘The Iraq War inquiry report might be delayed until 2016, because of the length of time it is taking to deal with politicians who are facing criticism.

Sir John Chilcot, the inquiry’s chairman, warned in a letter to David Cameron, the Prime Minister, that the completion of the report – which started work in 2009 and finished taking evidence in 2011 – would take “some further months” and he could not give an “accurate estimate” of when it would be published.

Sir John said the report would not be ready in time for May’s general election because it would be “based on a thorough and comprehensive account of the relevant events from 2001 – 2009”, describing this as a “long period”.

Whitehall sources said that Sir John’s letter was a clear warning that the report was months from conclusion, and that it could even not be published until 2016.’

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/11360565/Iraq-War-Chilcot-inquiry-report-might-not-be-published-until-2016.html
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« Reply #352 on: Yesterday at 01:11:19 PM »

Tony Blair Kidnapped People for the Libyan Government and Secretly Shipped Them to Libya for Gaddafi to Torture



‘Tony Blair wrote to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to thank him for the “excellent cooperation” between the two countries’ counter-terrorism agencies following a period during which the UK and Libya worked together to arrange for Libyan dissidents to be kidnapped and flown to Tripoli, along with their families.

The letter, written in 2007, followed a period in which the dictator’s intelligence officers were permitted to operate in the UK, approaching and intimidating Libyan refugees in an attempt to persuade them to work as informants for both countries’ agencies.

Addressed “Dear Mu’ammar” and signed “Best wishes yours ever, Tony”, the letter was among hundreds of pages of documents recovered from Libyan government offices following the 2011 revolution and pieced together by a team of London lawyers.’

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/jan/23/-sp-blair-gaddafi-letter-thanks-spy-cooperation-libya-uk-dissidents
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