President Bush's decision to create another panel to investigate pre-war intelligence on Iraq angers many in the intelligence community. Intelligence experts say much of the information provided on Iraq was accurate, and accuse the Bush administration of spinning data to support the case for war. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
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