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CIA Seizes Iraqi Intelligence Records
(Iraqi files include names individuals or countries)
| 03 Nov 2003
| VOA News
Posted on 11/04/2003 4:11:37 PM PST by veryone
Report: CIA Seizes Iraqi Intelligence Records
A published report says the U.S. Central Intelligency Agency has seized a large cache of records in Iraq about its intelligence service, weapons procurement and paid foreign agents. The Washington Post says the documents are spurring U.S. investigations into how Iraq purchased weapons and paid foreign nationals to work on behalf of Saddam Hussein's government.
The newspaper quotes unidentified U.S. officials as saying Iraqi files include names of nearly every Iraqi intelligence officer, names of foreign agents, agent reports and evidence of payments made to buy influence in the Arab world and elsewhere.
The officials declined to name individuals or countries involved. But one official said recipients included prominent personalities in high positions in Arab and other countries who took money, as they publicly defended Saddam Hussein.
In another report, the Washington Post says former Iraqi deputy prime minister Tariq Aziz has said Saddam misjudged the initial ground assault at the beginning of the war, believing it was a trick, and did not order a counterattack. The newspaper says Mr. Aziz has told U.S. interrogators the Iraqi leader was convinced by Russian and French contacts that he could avoid or survive a ground invasion.
The former senior Iraqi official has been undergoing questioning since he surrendered to U.S. authorities in April, about two weeks after the fall of the Baathist government.
TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Foreign Affairs; Front Page News; Government; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: blackfiles; cia; intelligence; iraqi; mukhabarat; tariqaziz; topsecret
posted on 11/04/2003 4:11:38 PM PST
posted on 11/04/2003 4:13:13 PM PST
A published report says the U.S. Central Intelligency Agency has seized a large cache of records in Iraq about its intelligence service, weapons procurement and paid foreign agents.
Heh heh heh.
posted on 11/04/2003 4:13:44 PM PST
How many Americans on the list?
posted on 11/04/2003 4:13:46 PM PST
by per loin
To: per loin
posted on 11/04/2003 4:23:38 PM PST
well let me guess, France & Germany.......it's time we screw them......and BTW, France, you owe us from WW1 (check today's WSJ Editorial....)
HEY, all you "not in my names" types.... you can run but you cannot hide. They are coming for you!!
posted on 11/04/2003 4:26:13 PM PST
and paid foreign agents.
LOOK under the "R's" - for RITTER ...
posted on 11/04/2003 4:28:02 PM PST
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Well, desciphering the Iraqi documents with the names of American traitor democrats will be easy but the CIA needs many more folks who read French to get the detail on who Saddam was paying in Paris.
Oh, sure, "Chirac" is easy to read but it is the details that that will be key. The NYT has already said that it will be unable to print any of these reports because the are going to allocate most space to the the Atlanta golf club that won't let women in.
posted on 11/04/2003 4:37:44 PM PST
Here are a few hints concerning what to do:
Dhahran -- 26° 17' N 50° 9' E
Jedda -- 21° 28' N 39° 10' E
Riyadh -- 24° 39' N 46° 42' E
Damascus -- 33° 30' N 36° 20' E
Mogadiscio-- 2° 2' N 49° 19' E
Aden -- 12° 50' N 45° 2' E
posted on 11/04/2003 4:48:51 PM PST
I think the "findings" should get an appropriately public hearing............Like the UN.
NO 'back-channel' slaps-on-the-wrist.
posted on 11/04/2003 4:52:10 PM PST
(Thats my story, and I'm sticking to it.)
Wonder if Galloway has been sweating this?
posted on 11/04/2003 7:31:44 PM PST
THIS NEEDS TO BE MADE PUBLIC - AND THE SOONER THE BETTER!! I'M SICK AND TIRED OF THESE IDIOT ANTI-AMERICANS BEING SO SMUG AND ARROGANT!
posted on 11/04/2003 8:36:49 PM PST
Here are a few hints concerning what to do: SAUDI ARABIA: Dhahran -- 26° 17' N 50° 9' E
Yeh, but what's the Lat/Long of Ed Asner's house?
Watch for a spate of arrests in about 6 weeks... followed by a long, dismal wailing sound on your left
posted on 11/04/2003 11:22:29 PM PST
I dunno. I'll look up Havana, Pyongyang, Beijing, Moscow, Paris and Marseilles when I get a chance.... 8~)
posted on 11/05/2003 9:29:27 AM PST
Didn't Georgie boy get the boot from his party? But Galloway wasn't the only Labour MP sucking up to Saddamn.
posted on 11/05/2003 9:31:17 AM PST
Have you heard anything about names or countries yet?
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