You may have already learned that David Kelly, the arms adviser who's been accused of being the source for a BBC story about Britain's "dodgy dossier," is missing and quite possibly dead. Here's more from AP:
Television journalist Tom Mangold said he had spoken to Kelly's wife, Janice, on Friday morning, and she had said her husband felt stressed after appearing before a parliamentary committee to face questions about the BBC report.
"She told me he had been under considerable stress, that he was very, very angry about what had happened at the committee, that he wasn't well, that he had been to a safe house, he hadn't liked that, he wanted to come home," Mangold told ITV news.
"She didn't use the word depressed, but she said he was very, very stressed and unhappy about what had happened and this was really not the kind of world he wanted to live in."
The Ministry of Defense said it had offered accommodation for Kelly so that he could avoid media attention.
Safe house? Does that just sound sinister to me because I don't understand how these things are done, or is it, in fact, sinister?