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I thought that summed it up extremely well indeed!
I have very little knowledge about 9/11 as a whole but i find the subject very interesting.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
And it is your contention Swampfox that WMD's were found in Iraq? But no one talked about it because the ISG never declared it a stockpile? If this administration had any shred or even a shred of a shred of evidence, they would have stopped all TV programming for 12 hours to announced it. Many agencies told the administration Hussein had no link to Al-Queda, no WMD's, no mobile chemical weapons labs, no nuclear program, no yellow cake uranium, no ability to deliver any WMD's and they completely ignored all this, but they wouldn't say they found chemical weapons because the ISG wouldn't declare it a stockpile? Sounds pretty ridiculous.
Washington – Since 2004, coalition forces have found approximately 500 artillery shells in various locations across Iraq filled with chemical weapons agents, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) told a hearing of the House Armed Services Committee June 29.
“[W]e … assess that the chemical munitions that have been found are hazardous, and, potentially, they could be lethal,” Maples said, recalling an incident where coalition forces in Iraq became ill while transporting captured chemical munitions.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Saddam Hussein did not possess stockpiles of illicit weapons at the time of the U.S. invasion in March 2003 and had not begun any program to produce them, a CIA report concludes.
Iraq had no stockpiles of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons before last year's US-led invasion, the chief US weapons inspector has concluded.
WASHINGTON - In his final word, the CIA’s top weapons inspector in Iraq said Monday that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has “gone as far as feasible” and has found nothing, closing an investigation into the purported programs of Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003 invasion.
Senior American officials concluded at the beginning of last May that there were no weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in Iraq, The Observer has learnt. Intelligence sources, policy makers and weapons inspectors familiar with the details of the hunt for WMD told The Observer it was widely known that Iraq had no WMD within three weeks of Baghdad falling, despite the assertions of senior Bush administration figures and the Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
WASHINGTON – President Bush and his vice president conceded yesterday in the clearest terms yet that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction, trying to shift the Iraq war debate to a new issue – whether the invasion was justified because Hussein was abusing a U.N. oil-for-food program.
“We … assess that the munitions that are addressed in the report were produced in the 1980s and that they were similar to the munitions that were used during the Iran-Iraq War,” said U.S. Army Major General Michael D. Maples.
Yes it does.
Boone it says right in the report you cited that those were from the 1980's.