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Senate Panel Slams CIA for Faulty Iraq WMD Claims

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Senate Panel Slams CIA for Faulty Iraq WMD Claims

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Senate Panel Slams CIA for Faulty Iraq WMD Claims

Senate Panel Slams CIA for Faulty Iraq WMD Claims

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The Senate Intelligence Report on Iraq
» Read the Senate Intelligence Committee's conclusions on prewar intelligence failures.

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Note: Portions of the documents have been blacked out by the committee at the CIA's request.

A Senate Intelligence Committee report blames the CIA for giving the Bush administration bad information leading to the war in Iraq. The bipartisan panel concluded that assertions about stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction were flatly wrong. The report concluded that there was no evidence that the administration pressured agencies to produce false reports. NPR's David Welna reports.

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