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October 25, 2005

Galloway Going Down?

Sen. Norm Coleman's Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations appears to have the goods on that lying bastard George Galloway. The 64 page report includes references to testimony from two oil traders who trafficked in Iraqi oil allocations, including one who bought allocations granted to Galloway.

Here is some coverage of the story from the UK:

  • US Senate 'finds Iraq oil cash in Galloway's wife's bank account', UK Times

  • Galloway faces jail for fresh corruption claims, The Scotsman

  • Galloway's wife 'received £100,000 from Iraqis', The Telegraph

  • Senate presents new claims against Galloway, the Guardian

George is denying everything and asking for his day in court:

I am demanding prosecution, I am begging for prosecution. . . I am saying if I have lied under oath in front of the senate, that's a criminal offence. Charge me and I will head for the airport right now and face them down in court as I faced them down in the senate room.

Hopefully, the Justice Department will be able to oblige Mr. Galloway in the near future. It should be interesting.

October 25, 2005 at 03:50 PM | Permalink


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