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Kay: Bush Should Fix Intelligence Process

Former U.S. weapons inspector David Kay is advising President Bush to acknowledge he was wrong about hidden storehouses of weapons in Iraq and move ahead with overhauling the intelligence process. In an Associated Press interview, Kay said the “serious burden of evidence” suggests Saddam Hussein did not have caches of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons at the beginning of the Iraqi war, but was seriously engaged in developing missiles. “You are better off if you acknowledge error and say we have learned from it and move ahead,” Kay said in a 90-minute session Thursday with AP editors and reporters. “I’m afraid if you don’t acknowledge error, and everybody knows why you are afraid to acknowledge error, your political opponents will seize on it, the press will seize on it, and no one will give you credit,” Kay said. Full Story

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