Pubblicato il 19 agosto 2010 17:52 | Ultimo aggiornamento: 19 agosto 2010 17:52

UK Attorney General says he might reopen the investigation into the death of David Kelly, involving Tony Blair and his co-workers. The Daily Telegraph quoted the Attorney General of England and Wales, Dominic Grieve, who admitted that questions surrounding the inquiry may “have a valid point.” The inquiry was unusually tied up with an inquest assigned to a grand jury headed by Lord Hutton rather than an ordinary judge. In the midst of numerous polemics the inquest concluded that Kelly had taken his own life. Kely was a weapons inspector who claimed he was unhappy with the dossier on Saddam Hussein’s arsenal of weapons.