Sunday, June 01, 2003

Just how good was America's intelligence on Iraq? Seven weeks after the end of the war, no hard evidence has been turned up on the ground to support the charge that Iraq posed an imminent threat to U.S. national security--no chemical weapons in the field, no Scud missiles in the western desert, no biological agents. Read Truth and consequences as it raises new questions about U.S. intelligence regarding Iraq's weapons of mass terror. The article appears in the 6/9/03 edition of


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