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David Kay Flashback: Iraqi Documents Showed WMD


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Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005 1:14 p.m. EST (newsmax.com)
David Kay Flashback: Iraqi Documents Showed WMD
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This was then,

...in July 2003, Kay said he was sure Iraq had the banned weapons

This is now (figuratively speaking),

In January 2004, Kay told Congress that the U.S. was "almost all wrong" in believing that Saddam had WMDs.

The article focuses on July 2003 and the docs. But totally ignores what changed David Kay's mind between then (July 2003) and now (January 2004).

Given the undisguised leanings of newsmax.com, one shouldn't be surprised. Taken in conjunction with the Stephen Hayes articles, this has a bit of the smell of a campaign.

But thanks for the post!
Oops, sorry for added post, forgot one point that I wanted to make...

Only one of the above options makes any sense at all.

This an assertion that, on the surface, makes some sense and has intuitive appeal, but nonetheless, will have to await the release of some of the referenced docs before it can be substantiated.
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