Former United Nation's Chief weapons inspector SCOTT RITTER spent seven-years hunting down Sad... Former United Nation's Chief weapons inspector SCOTT RITTER spent seven-years hunting down Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. He has written about his experience in "Endgame: Solving the Iraq Problem Once and for All." (Simon and Schuster) He resigned his U.N. post in August 1998 claiming the U.N Security Council and the U.S. Government had fatally undermined his team's ability to do its job. Ritter served as an Intelligence officer in the U.S. Marines for eight-years. He served as arms control inspector in the former Soviet Union and on the staff of General Norman Schwarzkopf during the Gulf War. Ritter lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. THIS INTERVIEW CONTINUES INTO THE SECOND HALF OF THE SHOW. 12:28:30 FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00 I.D. BREAK (:59)12:
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Former United Nation's Chief weapons inspector SCOTT RITTER spent seven-years hunting down Sad...

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Former United Nation's Chief weapons inspector SCOTT RITTER spent seven-years hunting down Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. He has written about his experience in "Endgame: Solving the Iraq Problem Once and for All." (Simon and Schuster) He resigned his U.N. post in August 1998 claiming the U.N Security Council and the U.S. Government had fatally undermined his team's ability to do its job. Ritter served as an Intelligence officer in the U.S. Marines for eight-years. He served as arms control inspector in the former Soviet Union and on the staff of General Norman Schwarzkopf during the Gulf War. Ritter lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. THIS INTERVIEW CONTINUES INTO THE SECOND HALF OF THE SHOW. 12:28:30 FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00 I.D. BREAK (:59)12: