Feb 02, 2010 | John Cooper, a human rights lawyer, gives his view on Britain's latest public inquiry into the Iraq war.
Will the results be turn into a brave and bold judgment.
Almost every day in London, a senior British official testifies before a special panel that is examining Britain's role in the war in Iraq. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair testified last week (January 29th). The inquiry is expected to take a year and encompass the run-up to the war as well as its aftermath. Jennifer Glasse reports for VOA.