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Prewar Intelligence on Iraq

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posted on Jul, 10 2004 @ 11:53 PM
Interesting article:

To note:
"The committee's report implies that war opponents were essentially correct when they argued that Iraq posed little immediate threat to the United States. Before the war, those who held this view, both in Congress and at the United Nations, argued that continued containment was preferable to an invasion."

What really gets me - how this administration continually comes up with new reasons for why going into Iraq was justified - when one does not work, they come up with a new one - such as got rid of a dicatator. Last time I checked, there are a lot of dicatators in the world. Guess you couldn't sell that to the American people.

posted on Jul, 10 2004 @ 11:58 PM
Looks like they're gonna hang Tennet out to dry. He gets the blame for all the mis-information and the Neocons who dictated and defined for Tennet get forgotten! What A Country!!!

posted on Jul, 11 2004 @ 12:20 AM
Poor Tennet, he is the scapegoat for the thing not under his jurisdiction.

Many intelligence agencies were directly under the supervision and order of Vice President. This the sad reality of US.

posted on Jul, 11 2004 @ 12:39 AM
Some current intelligence:
Excerpt from

Saturday, 10 July 2004.
Blistering Iraqi Resistance rocket attack kills 33 Americans in as-Saqlawiyah headquarters.

In response to repeated US assaults on houses in their city, al-Fallujah resistance fighters on Saturday fired four rockets at the US military base adjacent to a gasoline station in eastern as-Saqlawiyah. The resultant explosions killed 33 Americans, and wounded a large number of others, according to the local correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam.

You can simply brush it away as enemy propaganda. But you never know, since US government will tell the truth, NOTHING BUT TRUTH.

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