This video from Britain is called Rose Gentle – People’s Assembly 20th March 2007.
From daily The Guardian in Britain:
Inquest into Gordon Gentle’s Iraq death begins
Written by Haroon Siddique
Monday, 29 October 2007
The 19-year-old Royal Highland Fusilier, from Pollock, in Glasgow, was killed by a roadside bomb in Basra in June 2004. In November that year, Rose was a founding member of the Military Families Against the War group.
“I just really want the truth. I want to know what happened on that day when Gordon was killed,” she said. “You’re waking up every day morning and Gordon’s the first thing in your head – why did he die and should he have died that way?”
In March last year, an army inquiry revealed that the Land Rover in which Fusilier Gentle died had not been fitted with additional electronic jamming equipment, which had been ordered two weeks before the attack but had not been received.
Ms Gentle said she held Tony Blair ultimately responsible for her son’s death because he took the decision to go to war. However, she added that she hoped the inquest, taking place in Oxford, would reveal “who else could have been responsible for the equipment”. She has consistently demanded a public inquiry into the decision to go to war, saying it was based on a lie that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.
Along with Beverley Clarke, whose son also died in Iraq, she won the right to take a case challenging the legality of the conflict to the House of Lords in June this year.
Click here to see BBC News interview with Rose Gentle.
Update 31 October 2007: here.