Monday, April 30, 2007
How conflicts between the Bush Administration and the intelligence community marred the reporting on Iraq’s weapons.
by Seymour M. Hersh
October 27, 2003
Since midsummer, the Senate Intelligence Committee has been attempting to solve the biggest mystery of the Iraq war: the disparity between the Bush Administration’s prewar assessment of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and what has actually been discovered.
"The analysts at the C.I.A. were beaten down defending their assessments. And they blame George Tenet", the C.I.A. director "for not protecting them. I've never seen a government like this."