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  • Bush widens probe of intelligence flaws (Iraq, WMD)

    02/03/2004 1:14:59 AM PST · by FairOpinion · 10 replies · 326+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | Farah Stockman and Bryan Bender
    <p>WASHINGTON -- The White House announced yesterday that its inquiry into intelligence failures would include Libya, North Korea, and Iran in addition to Iraq, sparking quick criticism that the panel will be a long-delayed and watered-down examination of the intelligence that the Bush administration cited to justify the war in Iraq.</p>
  • Reports of French Involvement in Niger-Iraq Uranium Case Not Reliable

    11/02/2005 7:39:56 AM PST · by SBD1 · 12 replies · 753+ views
    GIS Special Topical Studies ^ | September 8, 2004 | Gregory R. Copley
    GIS Special Topical StudiesIraq War 2003: Background, Lessons and Follow-On Return to main GIS index page  Return to Iraq War index page September 8, 2004 Reports of French Involvement in Niger-Iraq Uranium Case Not ReliableAnalysis. By Gregory R. Copley, Editor, GIS. Reports in The Sunday Telegraph of London on September 6, 2004, cited Italian sources as having alleged that French Government officials were behind the creation of a dossier of largely forged documents which had highlighted the purchase of uranium by Iran from Niger. The documents were subsequently shown to have included forged material, thus discrediting the US policy...
  • Dean Left Speechless on Libya Arms Move

    12/22/2003 10:23:46 PM PST · by mrobison · 218 replies · 196+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | December 23, 2003 | Bill Sammon
    <p>Libya's decision to give up its weapons of mass destruction is making it harder for Democrats such as Howard Dean to disparage President Bush's war against Iraq, which prompted Libya's move.</p> <p>Mr. Dean, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, has been uncharacteristically silent about Mr. Bush's bombshell announcement on Friday that Libya has agreed unconditionally to relinquish its chemical-, biological- and nuclear-weapons programs.</p>