Pleasure to see The Connection author Stephen Hayes's Sam-Spade-work digging into the still unavailable documents of Saddam Hussein's terror regime featured in today's WSJ lead editorial.
Spoke to Steve last Friday the 6th, when he published online at Weekly Standard a summary of the search for the truth so far, to reveal that only fifty thousand of an estimated two million captured documents have yet been translated and archived. The project is titled DOCEX, and it goes slowly and without any P.R. from the Bush team or the DOD. What we have so far, from just the period 1999 to 2002, points to three terror training centers in Iraq, at Ramadi, Sammara, Salman Pak, where the regime ran a rent-a-jihad program for a witch's brew of terror gangs.