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Proof needed before United States strikes

I listened carefully to a talk by Mr. Scott Ritter, Republican, ex-Marine, and former weapons inspector in Iraq for seven years. He is a wealth of information with actual hands-on experience in war and in Iraq examining factories...
Intelligence failure

...that Iraq was not an imminent threat and charges that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction were unproven. Former weapons inspector Scott Ritter shouted this from the rooftops and Hans Blix of the U.N. inspection team stated there was no evidence...
Stand by your country, not by failure

...National Convention in Boston in July, I met Scott Ritter, an imposing Marine Corps major and former United Nations weapons inspector who spent nine years in Iraq. Here are some of the things that Maj. Ritter had to say: "Iraq is on fire and the...
Grass-roots movement helps 'Uncovered' reveal Bush's Iraq policy

...of Bush and his staff debating their reasons to attack Iraq and interviews with ex-CIA chief Stansfield Turner, weapons inspector David Albright, former senior intelligence analyst Karen Kwiatkowski, Milt Bearden of the CIA and John Dean, former...
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This Day in History

...the Baghdad government barred Americans from the U.N. disarmament effort in Iraq - a move that outraged chief weapons inspector Richard Butler and prompted him to suspend inspections. In 2002, a Minneapolis memorial service for the late Sen...
More disasters in store for 2006? the highest bidder in the name of freedom. Now, George, Condi and Dick are getting tough with Iran. Former weapons inspector Scott Ritter thinks Bush is resurrecting the weapons of mass destruction argument for regime change in Iran. One...
This Day in History a neutral site. Martina Navratilova entered the International Tennis Hall of Fame. In 2003, outgoing U.S. weapons inspector David Kay told National Public Radio his inability to find illicit arms in Iraq raised serious questions about U...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Opinion and Letters: Don't shrink from force in Iraq 1/15/98

...Ritter. Of course, there was no threat of reprisal if Iraq didn't change its ways. On the contrary, the chief weapons inspector conceded he would likely stop sending out the Ritter team, which Baghdad had blocked for two days running. No...


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