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May 22, 2005

Galloway Senate testimony Now MAGICALLY Missing

We've already printed the full text here at the ABP... so, FU to the Senate from all of us here at the ABP.

Link: Galloway Senate testimony PDF goes AWOL - vnunet.com.

The website for the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs has removed testimony from UK MP George Galloway from its website.All other witness testimonies for the hearings on the Oil for Food scandal are available on the Committee's website in PDF form. But Galloway's testimony is the only document not on the site."I have met Saddam Hussein exactly the same number of times as Donald Rumsfeld met him," Galloway told the Committee."The difference is that Donald Rumsfeld met him to sell him guns and to give him maps the better to target those guns."Press representatives for the Committee had no comment.

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The vnunet article is incorrect.

Mr. Galloway's testimony is a part of the official record and will be available at the Government Printing Office. An unofficial version was published by the Federal News Service and is available on Lexis.

The Senate website that vnunet referenced is a hearing announcement. It is completed before the hearing. Mr. Galloway did not submit a written statement prior to the hearing. The hearing announcement is not intended to provide a record of the hearing. For confirmation of this, notice that the third panel is listed on the announcement, but the third panel was cancelled on the day of the hearing, and is thus not a part of the official record.

Posted by: Zack at May 23, 2005 2:25:11 PM