David Swanson
Complete Set of Downing Street Documents
Fri Dec 30, 2005 18:32

Conyers Talks Impeachment
Submitted by davidswanson on Thu, 2005-12-29 21:10. Censure | Impeachment

By David Swanson

Listen to audio of Congressman John Conyers talking about the Bush Administration's crimes, and his efforts to censure Bush and Cheney and to create an investigation that would develop articles of impeachment. I recorded this conversation with the Congressman on December 29th. The bills and the report referred to in the conversation can be found here. The upcoming events discussed can be found here.

This mp3 is 24 minutes and 21 MB: LISTEN.

Here's an mp3 that www.chris-floyd.com  reduced to 3 MB: LISTEN.

Here's a Podcast version.

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Complete Set of Downing Street Documents
Submitted by davidswanson on Mon, 2005-07-18 12:02. Evidence

Downing Street Minutes, July 23, 2002
Also known as the Downing Street Memo

All Eight Leaked Downing Street Documents

Iraq Options Paper, March 8, 2002

Legal Background Paper, March 8, 2002

David Manning Memo, March 14, 2002

Christopher Meyer Letter, March 18, 2002

Peter Ricketts Letter, March 22, 2002

Jack Straw Memo, March 25, 2002

Cabinet Office Briefing Paper, July 21, 2002

Downing Street Minutes, July 23, 2002
Also known as the Downing Street Memo

The Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation has published a booklet containing all the Downing Street Documents, all the legal advice, the resignation letter of Elizabeth Wilmshurst, the UK Foreign Office Legal Adviser who resigned, and the Conyers letter to Bush. It is called The Dodgiest Dossier.
Get it here.

Bush Declares War on the NY Times
Submitted by bob fertik on Fri, 2005-12-30 14:01. Activism

Under cover of darkness, an anonymous White House official just declared war on the New York Times - as well as the First Amendment.

Justice Dept. Opens Inquiry Into Leak of Domestic Spying

After Downing Street is a coalition of over 100 veterans' groups, peace groups, and political activist groups that has worked since May 26, 2005, to pressure both Congress and the media to investigate whether President Bush has committed impeachable offenses in connection with the Iraq war. The coalition takes its name from the emergence in May and June of 2005 of several documents that quickly came to be known as the Downing Street Memos.

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