Yearly Archives: 2003

Ex-Official: Evidence Distorted for War

Washington, DC (AP) – The Bush administration distorted intelligence and presented conjecture as evidence to justify a U.S. invasion of Iraq, according to a retired intelligence official who served during the months before the war. “What disturbs me deeply is … Continue reading

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Washington Post: Bush “May Have Exaggerated the Threat Posed by Iraq”

“Bush Certainty On Iraq Arms Went Beyond Analysts’ Views” Washington – During the weeks last fall before critical votes in Congress and the United Nations on going to war in Iraq, senior administration officials, including President Bush, expressed certainty in … Continue reading

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Allegations UK Troops Tortured Iraqi Prisoners

“My Horror at POW Sex Abuse Pictures” The young mum who uncovered the Iraqi POW sex snaps scandal said last night: “I felt sick to the stomach at those pictures.” Kelly Tilford, 22, called police after developing a film in … Continue reading

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Bush Lied Again: Iraqi Trailers NOT Related to WMD

* Note Pentagon Censorship Tag at End of Article * Kuwait, Iraq, and New York – merican and British intelligence analysts with direct access to the evidence are disputing claims that the mysterious trailers found in Iraq were for making … Continue reading

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The Lies We Bought

The Lies We Bought: The Unchallenged “Evidence” For War Shortly before American military forces invaded Iraq, a troubled Ellen Goodman raised a singularly important question about the Bush administration’s propaganda campaign for war — “How we got from there to … Continue reading

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We Found Them!

TomPaine.com: The General Accounting Office (GAO) just issued a report saying the Pentagon’s estimate for the numbers of troops exposed to Iraqi nerve gas in the 1991 Gulf War was not reliable, and if anything, vastly underestimated exposure levels. What … Continue reading

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Congressman Demands Bush Reveal Iraq Evidence

“This Administration made many assertions, for which they have yet to produce any evidence, about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. The President led the nation to war, and spent at least $63 billion on that war, on the basis of … Continue reading

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Living to Fight Another Way – Issaquah Veteran Speaks Against War

Issaquah, Washington – A decorated Vietnam veteran says war is injurious to one’s health and ought not to be entered into short of enemies landing on one’s shores. John Seebeth, 55, speaks courtesy of a hole in his throat, a … Continue reading

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Gulf War Veterans’ Children Have Higher Birth Defect Rates

Researchers found the infants born to male veterans of the 1991 war had higher rates of two types of heart valve defects. They also found a higher rate of a genital urinary defect in boys conceived after the war to … Continue reading

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Wolfowitz: Iraq War was About Oil

The US deputy defence secretary, Paul Wolfowitz – who has already undermined Tony Blair’s position over weapons of mass destruction (WMD) by describing them as a “bureaucratic” excuse for war – has now gone further by claiming the real motive … Continue reading

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