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Former UN weapons inspector rails against war in Iraq, warns of terrorism

A former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter blasted the U.S. case against Iraq on Wednesday as based on “circumstantial evidence” and warned that invading the country would be a “long and horrific” invitation to terrorism. The remarks came just hours before U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell was set to present the U.N. Security Council a detailed argument on the disarmament of Iraq. Ritter, a former Gulf War veteran who worked on U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq from 1991 to 1998, said the United States was giving up on inspections too soon and that Powell could present only “circumstantial evidence” that they haven’t worked. Full Story

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