"Most of the major key judgments ... were either overstated or were not supported by the underlying intelligence reporting."
U.S. SENATE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE, describing an October 2002 national-intelligence report on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction that led to President George W. Bush's decision to go to war in Iraq

"Iraq had no significant chemical or biological weapons, if any, and had not developed plans for using them."
REPORT, presented by Lord Butler, on Britain's prewar intelligence justifying the war in Iraq

"Blood draws more blood, and I don't believe in that at...

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