Center for Public Integrity documents orchestrated campaign that led to Iraq invasion “under decidedly false pretenses”

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Jan. 23, 2008

Confirming what Congressman Dennis Kucinich has been saying for more than five years, the non-partisan Center for Public Integrity has published documented and irrefutable evidence that President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and other Administration officials made “at least 935 false statements” on hundreds of occasions leading up to the war in Iraq; and they continued to make misleading statements after the invasion.

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According to the New York Times, “Students of how the Bush administration led the nation into Iraq can now go online to browse a comprehensive database of top officials’ statements before the invasion, connecting the dots between hundreds of claims, mostly discredited since then, linking Saddam Hussein to Al Qaeda to warning that he possessed forbidden weapons.

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