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Mr Keys, from north Wales, said parents would not be taking such action if weapons of mass destruction had been found.
[Rose Gentles] 19-year-old son, Gordon, was killed by a roadside bomb in Basra last year. Mr Keys said: "We most strongly feel our sons were sent into a conflict not backed by international law or the United Nations. They were sent to war on a falsehood, against a background of propaganda of weapons of mass destruction."
Mrs Gentle said: " We want to get the truth for our boys." Even if the court action was unsuccessful, she vowed to continue her campaign, saying: "My son signed up for the Army to fight for his country but was sent to Iraq on a pack of lies."