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The 'Downing St. Memo' Deception

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The 'Downing St. Memo' Deception

The 'Downing St. Memo' Deception

The 'Downing St. Memo' Deception

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In today's report, our own Day to Day slightly cracked reporter examines the so-called "Downing Street Memo," a top-secret British document that outlines early U.S. plans to invade Iraq and "fix" evidence of weapons of mass destruction and ties to terrorism around that policy. Unger ponders whether it's actually a memo — or something else, like a schoolgirl's diary.

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