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Britain's Iraq War Inquiry: Petraeus


By jimstaro - Posted on 29 June 2010

The Chilcot Inquiry restarts today, The second round of hearings will run from 29 June to 30 July 2010. Live streamed testimony once again when they do. No one knows if they'll be releasing all or part of the transcripts etc. as to their visit here and talking to some of the previous administrations insiders, all lower level. Apparently they're still talking to the Americans most close to the needs of the British Inquiry into Iraq.

Petraeus gives evidence to UK's Iraq war inquiry

29 June 2010 The head of Britain's inquiry into the Iraq war says his panel has held a private meeting with U.S. General David Petraeus.

John Chilcot leads a five-member panel appointed by the British government to examine the case made for the war and errors in planning for post-conflict reconstruction. Continued

Want to catch up, I have put up a site that has been following the Inquiry, and more, from the start, you can find it here. Earlier testimony did hit on a number of statements as to this country and what was said and going on as the Brits worked with their counterparts here.

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