Deulfer Report October 7, Created in after the invasion of Iraq, the Iraq Survey Group was founded on the premise of finding weapons of mass destruction WMDs that would solidify and justify the reason for entering Iraq. This multinational force was comprised of thousands of U. It included military intelligence agents, WMD experts and security details. George W.
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Deulfer Report October 7, Created in after the invasion of Iraq, the Iraq Survey Group was founded on the premise of finding weapons of mass destruction WMDs that would solidify and justify the reason for entering Iraq.
This multinational force was comprised of thousands of U. It included military intelligence agents, WMD experts and security details. George W. While there was no hint on an actual attack, the Bush administration thought it necessary to preemptively strike Iraq, finding and destroying all WMDs. The Iraq Survey Group was sent in to find these nuclear weapons and report back.
However, Charles Duelfer, who replaced David Kay on January 23, as the leader of the Iraq Survey Group, produced a final report that fully contradicted the administrations reasons for entering Iraq.
It became apparent that the nuclear program in Iraq was shut down and then destroyed following the end of the Gulf War in The report went on to say that the government possessed no WMDs, including nuclear and chemical, that Bush stated Iraq had. It was said that Hussein wanted to end UN sanctions so that in future time he could begin rebuilding nuclear weapons. However at the present time there was no known nuclear program anywhere in Iraq. What Deulfer also found was that Saddam did not want to attack them U.
In particular, Saddam wanted to deter Iran which had fought an eight year war with Iraq. Contrary to what most thought, the report stated that Hussein was afraid of the U.
Saddam had even over the years sent proposals to enter in discussions with the U. Saddam Huissein had developed a connection with many countries, most of them U. Also Huissen used these connections to locate and finance importation of banned technology and services.
Charles A. Duelfer
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Iraq Survey Group
He was involved in policy development, operations, and intelligence in the Middle East, Africa, Central America, and Asia. Duelfer was also involved in US nuclear weapons and space programs. At the same time he worked with the senior Washington officials in both the intelligence and policy areas of Washington. He saw how US policy and intelligence went wrong and he saw how Iraqi intelligence and policies went wrong. His experience and perspective is unique. It used all available collection and analytic capabilities in a hostile environment. The Duelfer Report is the definitive work on the relationship of the Saddam Regime to WMD and was presented to the President and Congress in October —shortly before the presidential election.