The London Guardian reports that the staff of the "looted" museum are not amused, and are demanding that its directors resign. "Staff said they believed that some of the thefts from the museum were an inside job. They also accused Dony George, the boards head of research, of arming them and ordering them to fight US forces.
Mr George admitted to the Guardian that he armed staff but denied instructing them to shoot US troops. He said none of the directors had a hand in the looting."