Debate on Proof of Iraqi Arms Critics at home and abroad suggest the U.S. failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq signifies a failure of pre-war intelligence. U.S. and British lawmakers call for investigations into whether intelligence findings about possible illegal weapons in Iraq were exaggerated to justify going to war. Hear Dana Priest of The Washington Post.
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Intelligence Claims on Iraqi Arms Questioned

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Intelligence Claims on Iraqi Arms Questioned

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Intelligence Claims on Iraqi Arms Questioned

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Critics at home and abroad suggest the U.S. failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq signifies a failure of pre-war intelligence. U.S. and British lawmakers call for investigations into whether intelligence findings about possible illegal weapons in Iraq were exaggerated to justify going to war. Hear Dana Priest of The Washington Post.

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