Senate Panel Rips Iraq Intel In a searing 511-page report, the Senate Intelligence Committee concludes that the CIA delivered a badly flawed assessment of the situation in Iraq leading up to the war that toppled Saddam Hussein. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.
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Senate Panel Decries Pre-War Intelligence on Iraq

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Senate Panel Decries Pre-War Intelligence on Iraq

Senate Panel Decries Pre-War Intelligence on Iraq

Senate Panel Decries Pre-War Intelligence on Iraq

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In a searing 511-page report, the Senate Intelligence Committee concludes that the CIA delivered a badly flawed assessment of the situation in Iraq leading up to the war that toppled Saddam Hussein. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.