Report Blasts CIA's Iraq Intel A report issued Friday by the bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee says claims that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction were "not supported by the underlying intelligence." The report blames the CIA for overstating the threat and criticizes outgoing CIA Director George Tenet for skewing advice to top policy makers. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Tom Gjelten.
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Senate Report Blasts CIA's Prewar Iraq Intelligence

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Senate Report Blasts CIA's Prewar Iraq Intelligence

Senate Report Blasts CIA's Prewar Iraq Intelligence

Senate Report Blasts CIA's Prewar Iraq Intelligence

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A report issued Friday by the bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee says claims that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction were "not supported by the underlying intelligence." The report blames the CIA for overstating the threat and criticizes outgoing CIA Director George Tenet for skewing advice to top policy makers. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Tom Gjelten.

Senate Report Blasts CIA's Prewar Iraq Intelligence

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The Senate Intelligence Report on Iraq
» Read the Senate Intelligence Committee's conclusions on prewar intelligence failures.

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Note: Portions of the documents have been blacked out by the committee at the CIA's request.

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