London - (Ass Mess): An Old Bailey judge told a jury today that a leaked memo recording Oval Office talks between President Bush and Tony Blair definitely made Bush 'look like a madman' and that it would therefore be 'insane' to find the two accused men who leaked the offending report not guilty.
David Keogh and Leo O'Connor, civil servants working in Whitehall, were said to be 'horrified' when they came across a classified government document outlining Bush's psychiatric files along with minutes of his war room meetings with Blair.
Powerless to act they contacted Northampton South MP Anthony Clarke and told him: "This insanity must stop, please can you help?"
But Clarke went to the cops who busted the two men and charged under the Official Secrets Act as threats to the State.
Keogh's attorney said his client had wanted to let the country know what kind of medication Bush had been taking since 1963 as well as revealing the civil war details in Iraq 'which others were trying to conceal.'
O'Connor's lawyer then told the court that his client had never been "so worried and so fearful" as when he was first saw the document.
One of the alleged things that Bush said to Blair was that he had not ruled out nuking Fallujah.
Another said that Dick Cheney had organised payments to ex-KGB officers working in Iran 'to plant a live nuclear warhead inside an electricity power station'.
And the icing on the cake? Bush promised to send 50,000 troops to the UK in the event of a national uprising to oust Blair if there was an outcry after any US nuke attempt in the Middle East.
Today Mr Justice Aikens warned the accused they would get a lengthy custodial sentence for passing classified material.
Sentencing was adjourned pending reports "some psychiatric, some social and some medical".
The two men can expect to be jailed for up to five years apiece.
Meanwhile the leaked document has been passed off as a legitimate military discussion and Bush's psychiatric records as a 'mere detail' in the Pentagon's multi-faceted options plan.
The jury retired until tomorrow.