Report: Iraq Had No WMD The top U.S. arms inspector contradicts the Bush administration's pre-war claims that Iraq had WMDs. After a 16-month investigation, Charles Duelfer concluded Saddam Hussein did not have the weapons but aspired to build them.
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Report: Iraq Had No Chemical, Biological Arms

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Report: Iraq Had No Chemical, Biological Arms

Report: Iraq Had No Chemical, Biological Arms

Report: Iraq Had No Chemical, Biological Arms

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Charles A. Duelfer, left, with Brig. Gen. Joseph McMenamin of the Marine Corps. Reuters hide caption

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The top U.S. arms inspector in Iraq contradicts the Bush administration's pre-war claims that Saddam Hussein had WMDs. After a 16-month investigation, Charles Duelfer concluded that Saddam Hussein did not have the weapons but that he aspired to build them. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.