Watch George Galloway, a British MP "implicated"
in the food for oil corruption, deliver a scathing criticism of the Senate Commitee
questioning him. In a series of sharp exchanges he confronted the Republican
chairman of the committee, Senator Norm Coleman (once considered as a possible
candidate for presidency), and challenged him to back up claims he profited from
the now defunct program. The documents that the US presented as evidence were
forgeries. This is just a small excerpt of the interchange.
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In a comment afterword Galloway said "From
the emails and feedback we've had from all over the world it is true undoubtedly
that there was a worldwide audience out there waiting for someone to speak the
truth to power". It should also be noted that the US senate commission has removed
Galloway's statement from their
archives. Notice there is no PDF file to click to see Galloway's statements
listed under "Witnesses Testimony, Panel 2".