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... that Islamist terrorists had trained in the mid-1990s at a camp in Iraq called Salman Pak; Khidhir Hamza said that Mr. Hussein had tried to build a nuclear weapon in the early 1990s; and Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri told The New York Times that he had visited at least 20 secret weapons facilities in Iraq.
It involved Iraqi defector Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri who told CIA interrogators that he had personally visited 20 weapons of mass destruction sites in Iraq. The fact that a CIA lie detector test showed the whole story was fabricated had little impact on what the White House wanted. Miller's story quoting ...

He details how the CIA made one Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri, a Kurd obsessed with destroying Iraq's Saddam Hussein, available to a then New York Times journalist, Judith Miller, and to the late Paul Moran, a photojournalist working for the (Australian) ABC but who also had connections to a CIA front ...
The paper, riddled with information that has since been debunked, relied in part on the claims of an Iraqi defector, Adnan Ihsan Saeed al Haideri, who had previously been deemed unreliable by intelligence officials. Nevertheless, the document was released to back up Bush's speech to the UN General ...
In the wake of 9/11, with the Bush administration keen to find any evidence of the existence of weapons of mass destruction to justify its planned crusade to topple Saddam, the arrival of a Kurdish engineer and defector, Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri, prepared to tell all about WMD, must have seemed like a ...
Another leading source of dubious claim manipulatively used by the Bush administration was Iraqi engineer Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri. Al-Haideri claimed that he had helped Saddam Hussein's government to secretly bury tons of biological, chemical and nuclear weapons in private villas and beneath ...

For example Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri, an Iraqi civil engineer who claimed to have seen 20 secret buildings thought to be used for producing biological and chemical weapons, was smuggled to Thailand to be interviewed by Moran. Helping al-Haideri was Zaab Sethna, media spokesman for the Iraqi ...
The piece ran after the INC arranged a meeting for Miller in Bangkok with Adnan Ihsan Saeed Al-Haideri, an Iraqi civil engineer who claimed to have visited at least twenty secret weapons sites. As with other ICP defectors, Miller was given access to Al-Haideri even before U.S. intelligence services.
Knight Ridder Newspapers reported last week that American officials took that defector -- his name is Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri -- to Iraq earlier this year to point out the sites where he claimed to have worked, and that the officials failed to find evidence of their use for weapons programs. It is still ...
... Khidhir Hamza said that Mr. Hussein had tried to build a nuclear weapon in the early 1990s; and Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri told The New ...

Journalists caught up in a disinformation war failed to question and even championed the case for the bloody conflict in Iraq.
... in part on the claims of an Iraqi defector, Adnan Ihsan Saeed al Haideri, who had previously been deemed unreliable by intelligence officials.
Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri, following his WMD disclosures, was given a new identity and moved to Australia. His exact whereabouts in The ...
Another leading source of dubious claim manipulatively used by the Bush administration was Iraqi engineer Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri.
AMY GOODMAN: Why don't we wrap up with — in the place where we began with Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri who eventually the U.S. ...
For example Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri, an Iraqi civil engineer who claimed to have seen 20 secret buildings thought to be used for ...
The piece ran after the INC arranged a meeting for Miller in Bangkok with Adnan Ihsan Saeed Al-Haideri, an Iraqi civil engineer who claimed to ...
Knight Ridder Newspapers reported last week that American officials took that defector -- his name is Adnan Ihsan Saeed al-Haideri -- to Iraq ...


 

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