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Iraq: After Saddam / Weapons of Mass Destruction / Fallujah #730427

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 09, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: John Roberts) The increasing questions about intelligence on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction that could become a political problem for President Bush examined; Defense Intelligence Agency and Pentagon reports quoted. [BUSH – says intelligence showed that Iraq had a weapons program.] [Senator Carl LEVIN†- says he is troubled by evidence that intelligence was shaded.] [Former White House counsel John DEAN†- comments on the implications for Bush if the intelligence was manipulated.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The death of an American soldier in western Iraq reported.

(Fallujah, Iraq: David Hawkins) The dangers in Fallujah for American soldiers despite the arrival of reinforcements featured; scenes shown from the memorial service for Pfc. Branden Oberleitner††. [3rd Infantry Division Pfc. Jeff SAPPINGTON†, Spc. Brian WILEY†– comment on the almost-nightly ambushes.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John;
Hawkins, David
Duration:
00:04:50

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