This video says about itself:
The infamous dodgy dossier, WMD claims in Iraq, sexing up allegations by the BBC and the whitewash of the Hutton report.
From British weekly The Observer:
Secret draft of Iraq war dossier to be revealed
* Gaby Hinsliff, political editor
* Sunday February 17 2008
The secret first draft of the notorious Iraq dossier that helped to take Britain to war is expected to be released tomorrow, in a victory for freedom of information campaigners.
The early version written by John Williams, then director of communications at the Foreign Office, has been the subject of a three-year legal wrangle amid hopes that it could reveal whether the supposedly intelligence-led dossier was actually based on a press officer’s script – and whether it was subsequently ‘sexed up’ by Alastair Campbell.
The draft is understood not to contain the infamous claim that Saddam Hussein could launch a strike with ‘weapons of mass destruction‘ within 45 minutes, a claim that was central to the final ‘dodgy dossier’.
Yesterday Williams attacked the decision to withhold the document for so long. …
A former journalist, who left Whitehall in May, Williams said the row was particularly frustrating as he had never wanted the government to produce a dossier. He had argued, he said, that rather than attempting to prove that Saddam did have weapons of mass destruction, the government should have challenged him to prove he did not: ‘I was against the idea of a dossier because I thought it was wrong.’
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