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Iraq / Saddam Search / Weapons of Mass Destruction #731461

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 22, 2003
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(Studio: John Roberts) An Iraqi grenade attack south of Baghdad, Iraq, noted.

(Baghdad: Elizabeth Palmer) The search for Saddam Hussein featured; scenes shown from Saddam's home territory of Tikrit. [Army Lt. Todd MORELLI†; off camera, IRAQI - say the people fear Saddam.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The US strike against a convoy of associates of Abid Hamid Mahmud, Saddam's personal secretary, who was captured a week ago, reported; scenes shown from Hit of a fiery oil pipeline.

(Studio: John Roberts) Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into President Bush's sales pitch about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq noted.

(New York: Tony Guida) The president's manipulation of facts to rally the nation to war with Iraq examined. [March 17; October 2002; recently, BUSH - says intelligence leaves no doubt that Iraq has lethal weapons; states we know Iraq & Al Qaeda have had high-level contacts; criticizes revisionist historians.] [Presidential historian Alan LICHTMAN†- says Bush has presented intelligence estimates.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John;
Palmer, Elizabeth;
Guida, Tony
Duration:
00:05:00

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