Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Wrong way Galloway

Via Instapundit, The London Times brings us this:

The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations will refer the Respect Party MP for possible prosecution after concluding that he gave “false and misleading” testimony at his appearance before the panel in May.

The sub-committee claimed that, through intermediaries, Mr Galloway and the Mariam Appeal were granted eight allocations of Iraqi crude oil totalling 23 million barrels from 1999 to 2003.

It will also forward the new information to British authorities, saying it raised questions about Mr Galloway’s financial disclosure and the payment of illegal kickbacks to Iraq. “We have what we would call the smoking gun,” said Senator Norm Coleman, the sub-committee’s Republican chairman.

It doesn't look like he is sincerely anti-war, which makes me feel bad for all the sincere anti-war protesters who unwittingly hooked up with him. Those that did so wittingly, I don't feel so bad for. My guess, if he can squirm his way out of this, he'll do so laughing all the way to the bank.


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