Thursday, January 29, 2004

From blog correspondent Samer al-Batal
Kay cites evidence of Iraq disarming
Action taken in ’90s, ex-inspector says

Samer al-Batal: A pressing and recurring issue concerning faulty intelligence is visited again further down the article.

The White House or the C.I.A.? The question of whom to assign blame to grows, as the presidential campaign draws near and more talk on the failure to locate weapons comes out in the open. If the administration is at fault, will the C.I.A. serve as a scapegoat for the administration's blunders or unethical behaviour?

As for Mr. David Kay shooting this war pigeon down, it would not be surprising if some form of attempted smear or discrediting character assassination should head his way in the future. [End.]

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