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WMD, DNI, Saddam Tapes, Russia
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Mention that Negroponte and the apparatchiks at DNIville are in full retreat with regard the unexploited docs and tapes from the late Saddam regime.

You will recall several weeks back, a York spent a few days shopping noise that there was something amiss with intelligencesummit.org and John Loftus and Bill Tierney with regard a release of twelve hours of audio tapes made during a decade of war council meetings in Baghdad between Saddam and his lackeys. ………… Those Saddam tapes are the key that unlocked the three thousand hours of tapes that are in the possession of Negroponte and are now said to be enroute to release. Slowly, because Negroponte is a bitter and irrelevant man, ignored by the war fighters and the other intel enterprises: his power consists in saying no to Congress …………………………………………………..

Additional note: there is more than Hoekstra’s committee chasing the WMD story. Curt Weldon now gets involved. I have much more, will develop in time.

The answer to your questions is that the denial and deception plan for Saddam’s WMD was hired out to the Russians. The slim argument that Negroponte and other State hacks have to holding back on the release of the Russian skulduggery is that State needs Russia with regard Iran.

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