Wednesday, April 13, 2005
Great info, as always, from Roger Simon, including linking to this NY Sun article, that states in part:
The lawyer for a key witness who cooperated with the U.N. committee investigating the oil-for-food scandal says the panel allowed itself to be manipulated into discrediting his client by Secretary-General Annan's attorney, Greg Craig, a former aide to President Clinton.

The lawyer, Adrian Gonzalez, who represents Kojo Annan's former business partner Pierre Mouselli, said the Volcker committee was persuaded to discount the testimony of his client by Mr. Craig. Kojo Annan is the secretary-general's son.

Mr. Craig, a Washington attorney who was chief White House strategist in the Clinton impeachment proceedings, "was able to contact the committee to pressure them, and the committee allowed itself to be manipulated by him," Mr. Gonzalez told The New York Sun in an interview.

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