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U.S. Intelligence Slanted Reports on Iraqi Weapons

U.S. intelligence agencies overstated the threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction and ignored contrary evidence in the run-up to the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, a Senate committee reported on Friday. In a harshly critical report, partly blacked out for security reasons, the Senate Intelligence Committee took U.S. spy agencies to task for numerous failures in their reporting on alleged Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. No such weapons have been found. But the committee absolved the Bush administration of charges that it put pressure on analysts to reach pre-set conclusions. Full Story

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