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Kevin McKiernan

Did US know Iraq had no WMDs?

By Kevin McKiernan
March 6, 2006

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WHAT IF the Bush administration wasn't entirely convinced before the Iraq war that Saddam Hussein had WMDs, but simply invoked those ''mushroom cloud" images to rally necessary public support? One source of such speculation lies in the administration's puzzling prewar failure to supply Iraqi Kurds, Hussein's closest and most likely targets, with gas masks and other promised protection. (Full article: 761 words)

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