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June 10, 2007


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Paul Flynn

Thanks for that.

George Galloway's response is interesting. I have know George for many years. He is a complex character.

The Mariam appeal had elements of offensive self-promtion attached. Most politicians questioned George's motivation.

But the money was not used to buy George's cigars or for cat simulation lessons. There was widespread corruption in the distribution of these funds. Crooks maded £millions. George was not one of them. But like all the rest of us, his motives are not always saintly.


Have you seen Galloway's response to the story? Click here to judge whether it's convincing: http://newscounter.com/fullStory.jsp?id=447347

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