Monday, May 29, 2006

Goldsmith, Straw and Greenstock

On 25 May 2006, Britain's attorney-general, Lord GOLDSMITH, published further details about his advice on the legality of the Iraq war.

Reportedly Goldsmith changed his mind about the legality of the war between 7 March 2003 and 17 March 2003.

The 25 May 2006 statement published by Goldsmith says that in coming to his conclusions, he took account of information from then British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw and the British Ambassador to the United Nations Sir Jeremy Greenstock.

One wonders if Goldsmith, Straw and Greenstock all have Jewish origins.


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