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Who will Chilcot report blame?

We all know there weren’t any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq but at the time that fact didn’t stop the UK going to war over it.  Head of FCO unit Craig Murray knew there weren’t any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and Chilcot was provided with this video in addition to documented evidence.

The Chilcot report will be released on 6th July 2016 and is expected to blame spy chiefs.

Former MI6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove (quoted as wanting to ditch the European Convention on Human Rights in this booklet) will be rapped for intelligence given to Tony Blair which formed the basis of the infamous “dodgy dossier” claims about Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction.  Tony Blair is by no means ‘off the hook’ either.

1,033,000 people estimated dead as a direct result of the Iraq war between 2003 and 2007

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The Iraq war directly claimed 1,033,000 lives on the basis of non-existent weapons of mass destruction.  Who will be held to account for that?

 

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