A Missouri Senator who’s a member of the committee investigating the intelligence used to justify the invasion of Iraq says the information was flawed. Senator Christopher Bond, a member of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, says the information came from the Central Intelligence Agency – an agency that had advised three administrations on Iraq. He says it was the best intelligence this country’s leaders had available but there were mistakes. Although critics of the Bush Administration’s policies have suggested CIA analysts tailored their information to justify what the Adminstration wanted to do, Bond says the investigation shows no such twisting of inforamtion.
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