Was the CIA wrong (again)?
International Herald Tribune / Edward Jay Epstein
11-Dec-2008 (one comment)

A year has passed since the release of the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate on Iran. In a stunning departure from all the previous estimates dating back to 1997 under Presidents Clinton and Bush, it declared: "We judge with high confidence that in fall 2003, Tehran halted its nuclear weapons program." But was this astonishing reversal correct? Three pieces of the puzzle uncovered by the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency cast a surprising light on how Iran has advanced its capabilities independently of Project 11-1.

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No way Jose!

by Anonymous iranian (not verified) on

In case of Iraq ,George W was given the wrong info so he could convince American public that there was enough reason to get rid of his boy Saddam,but what purpose would this report serve USA if you think this report is wrong as well.