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Intel pre Iraq war flawed ?

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posted on May, 18 2008 @ 08:44 AM
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Intel pre Iraq war flawed ?



Mr. Bush said is was disappointed in by flawed Intelligence before the Iraq war. Or was he using the intel that fitted his agenda ?

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On August 26, 2002, in an address to the national convention of the Veteran of Foreign Wars, Cheney flatly declared: "Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction. There is no doubt he is amassing them to use against our friends, against our allies, and against us." In fact, former CIA Director George Tenet later recalled, Cheney's assertions went well beyond his agency's assessments at the time. Another CIA official, referring to the same speech, told journalist Ron Suskind, "Our reaction was, 'Where is he getting this stuff from?' "


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A spy speaks out



A former top CIA official tells Ed Bradley the White House used intelligence it liked and ignored intelligence it didn't leading up to the war in Iraq.


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Al-Qaeda - Irak link


A TOP Democratic senator has released formerly classified documents that he says undercut top US officials' pre-Iraq war claims of a link between Saddam Hussein's regime and the al-Qaeda terrorist network.


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foreign intel


Despite the Bush Administration's assertions, allies of the United States did not fully agree with the Administration's assessment on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction (WMD). Prior to the war in Iraq, some foreign countries questioned U.S. assertions on WMD presence in Iraq. Now, some in the U.S. Congress question whether or not the intelligence agencies manipulated intelligence to gain support for the war in Iraq.


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