CIA Won't Release WMD Probe The CIA completes an internal investigation into prewar intelligence on Iraq, but the report won't be made public. Begun in February 2003, the inquiry assesses the agency's reporting and the performance of analysts and case officers. It's uncertain how the CIA will respond to the findings. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
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CIA Report on Prewar Intel to Remain Private

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CIA Report on Prewar Intel to Remain Private

CIA Report on Prewar Intel to Remain Private

CIA Report on Prewar Intel to Remain Private

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The CIA completes an internal investigation into prewar intelligence on Iraq, but the report won't be made public. Begun in February 2003, the inquiry assesses the agency's reporting and the performance of analysts and case officers. It's uncertain how the CIA will respond to the findings. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.