Blame Game

It's hunting season for investigative commissions. In Washington and London, two separate inquiries are pinning down how the allied intelligence services got it so wrong on Iraqi WMD. And in Madrid, a parliamentary investigation is probing the government's response to the devastating March 11 terrorist attacks — and trying to answer the question that has bedeviled Spain ever since: Did the government of Prime Minister José María Aznar mislead the public about who was behind the blasts?

New evidence suggests it may have. At 1:30 p.m. on 3/11, just six hours after bombs exploded on four Madrid commuter...

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