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Expert: Iraq WMD Find Did Not Point to Ongoing Program

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Expert: Iraq WMD Find Did Not Point to Ongoing Program

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Expert: Iraq WMD Find Did Not Point to Ongoing Program

Expert: Iraq WMD Find Did Not Point to Ongoing Program

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Two Republican lawmakers say a declassified report points to hundreds of weapons of mass destruction that were found in Iraq. Peter Hoekstra, who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, and Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) on Wednesday released a declassified summary of a report by the National Ground Intelligence Center. A former weapons inspector says most of the degraded weapons are 20 years old and did not point to an ongoing chemical weapons program.

Guest:

Charles Deulfer, Former chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq; former deputy chairman of the United Nations Weapons Inspection Team in Iraq