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This was followed up by a memo asking Hadley to remove another, similar line. Plame affair Retired ambassador Joseph C. Wilson wrote a critical op-ed in The New York Times in which he explained the nature of the documents and the government's prior knowledge of iraw unreliability Yellow cake uranium found in iraq fojnd in a case for war. The Im Intelligence Committee report and other sources confirm that Plame "offered his name up" to her superiors. The actual words President Bush spoke: These 16 words should never have been included in the text written for the president. Reportedly, it took IAEA officials only a matter of hours to determine that these documents were fake.

IAEA experts discovered indications of a crude forgery, such as the use of incorrect names of Nigerien officials. Security Council that the documents were "in fact not authentic". The UN spokesman wrote: Based on thorough analysis, the I. We have therefore concluded that these specific allegations are unfounded. The Assessment of the British Government, including the topic of uranium acquisition.

In June and July, British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw testified that the claim in the dossier rested on separate evidence to the fraudulent documents, and that this specific intelligence, obtained from a foreign government, was still under review and had not been shared with the CIA. I can confirm to you that we have received information from a number of member states regarding the allegation that Iraq sought to acquire uranium from Niger. However, we have learned nothing which would cause us to change the conclusion we reported to the United Nations Security Council Yellow cake uranium found in iraq March 7, with regards to the documents assessed to be forgeries and have not received any information that would appear to be based on anything other than those documents.

We conclude that it is very odd indeed that the Government asserts that it was not relying on the evidence which has since been shown to have been forged, but that eight months later it is still reviewing the other evidence. The assertion "… that Iraq sought the supply of significant amounts of uranium from Africa …" should have been qualified to reflect the uncertainty. It is accepted by all parties that Iraqi officials visited Niger in The British government had intelligence from several different sources indicating that this visit was for the purpose of acquiring uranium.

Since uranium constitutes almost three-quarters of Niger's exports, the intelligence was credible. The evidence was not conclusive that Iraq actually purchased, as opposed to having sought, uranium, and the British government did not claim this. The forged documents were not available to the British Government at the time its assessment was made, and so the fact of the forgery does not undermine it. The memo, dated 4 Marchwas distributed at senior levels by the office of former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell and by the Defense Intelligence Agency. Wilson told The Washington Post anonymously in June that he had concluded that the intelligence about the Niger uranium was based on the forged documents because "the dates were wrong and the names were wrong.

Wilson had to backtrack and said he may have "misspoken" on this. Various theories have been reported on how they were produced, distributed, and where pressure was applied to keep their fraudulent nature a secret. Funneled through former Italian intelligence agent[ edit ] By latethe trail of the documents had been partially uncovered. It was later revealed that Martino had been invited to serve as the conduit for the documents by Col.

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On instructions from her editor at PanoramaBurba offered them to the U. Embassy in Rome in October An August Financial Times article indicated French officials may have had a role in the forged documents coming to light. According to senior European officials, in [Rocco Martino] provided French officials with genuine documents which revealed Iraq may have been planning to expand 'trade' with Niger. This trade was assumed to be in uranium, which is Niger's main export. It was then that Mr Martino first became aware of the value of documents relating Yellow cake uranium found in iraq Niger's uranium exports. He was then asked by French officials to provide more information, which led to a flourishing 'market' in documents.

He subsequently provided France with more documents, which turned out to have been forged when they were handed Wechat id of femdom the International Atomic Energy Agency by U. The Times article also stated that "French officials have not said whether they know Mr Martino, and are unlikely to either confirm or deny that he is a source". According to a article in The New Yorker by Seymour Hershthe forgery may have been a deliberate entrapment by current and former CIA officers to settle a score against Cheney and other neoconservatives. Hersh recounts how a former officer told him that "somebody deliberately let something false get in there.

He became more forthcoming in subsequent months, eventually saying that a small group of disgruntled retired C. K, we're going to put the bite on these guys. It was cool, cool, cool. Ambassador Joseph Wilson emphasized that he had reported back through traditional channels, and asked whether his report had been ignored because it didn't fit with the administration's preconceptions about Iraq. More troubling questions arise from the claim by IAEA chief Dr Mohammed el-Baradeiwho was in charge of the nuclear component of the prewar UN inspection program in Iraq, that he was provided with the Niger "evidence" only in February, despite it having been shared on Capitol Hill the previous October.

And, of course, almost as soon as he was shown the Niger documents, el-Baradei and his team concluded that they were forgeries. Even more damning are reports that CIA sources insist the Bush administration was made aware some time before the State of the Union address that the Niger allegation was false. If those prove true, it kicks the jams out from under the administration's claim that the presence of a falsehood in the President's case against Iraq was simply the product of ignorance. And it may be expected that the CIA will more and more sharply signal that it passed its findings up the food chain, because on the basis of Ambassador Wilson's revelations, they'd be left to take the blame if they didn't.

Then again, the media may turn its attention to the role of the Vice President's office: After all, Ambassador Wilson claims his inquiry was initiated by a request from Dick Cheney's office to check out the allegation. So presumably, Wilson's findings will have been reported back there. If so, the former ambassador is not the only one who will want to know what they, and other top officials, made of, and more importantly did with his information. And right now, the game in Washington is to pin the blame for the fact that a fib, conscious or unconscious, made it into the State of the Union address.

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