||This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. (November 2010)|
|British Ambassador to the Czech Republic|
|Preceded by||Michael Burton|
|Succeeded by||Anne Pringle|
David Broucher (born 1944) is a former British diplomat. He served as British Ambassador to the Czech Republic between 1997 and 2001.
At the Hutton Inquiry Broucher reported a conversation with David Kelly at a Geneva meeting in February 2003, which he described as from "deep within the memory hole". Broucher related that Kelly said he had assured his Iraqi sources that there would be no war if they co-operated, and that a war would put him in an 'ambiguous' moral position. Broucher had asked Kelly what would happen if Iraq were invaded, and Kelly had replied, 'I will probably be found dead in the woods.' Broucher then quoted from an email he had sent just after Kelly's death: 'I did not think much of this at the time, taking it to be a hint that the Iraqis might try to take revenge against him, something that did not seem at all fanciful then. I now see that he may have been thinking on rather different lines.'
- David Broucher la oxfordresearchgroup
- (Romanian) Ziarul Financiar, 31 mai 2005 - Președintele și-a luat consilieri străini
- (Romanian) Ziua, 31 mai 2005 - Consilieri britanici la Cotroceni
- (Romanian) Cotidianul, 17 noiembrie 2006 - Băsescu mai are doar 2 consilieri personali din 4
|This British diplomat-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|