Despite growing controversy over it, WMD hunt in Iraq slows
Mon, 06/09/2003 - 22:09
Here's a key sentence:
The slowdown comes after checks of more than 230 sites "” drawn from a master intelligence list compiled before the war "” turned up none of the chemical or biological weapons the Bush administration said it went after Saddam Hussein to destroy.
Does this not say something about prewar intel?
But without evidence of weapons, the CIA and other intelligence agencies have begun reviewing the accuracy of information they supplied to the administration before the March invasion of Iraq.
Mind you, the CIA intel was part of most of the rhetoric leading up to the war