Wednesday, July 14, 2004

British Intelligence Report Finds "No Attempt To Mislead"

The British version of our Senate's report on pre-war intelligence in Iraq has found that although the intelligence was flawed, there was "no evidence to question the prime minister's good faith." In other words just as our senate concluded, the world wide intelligence assessment of Iraq's weapons stockpiles were flawed, neither the President nor the Prime Minister made any attempt to mislead the public or pressure the intelligence community to produce evidence of any sort.

Read it here.