Where and when?
Joseph A. Wilson consistently told reporters heÂd seen the forged documents from Niger and noted that the names and dates on them were wrong and therefore he knew they were inauthentic. He testified in the same vein to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI). When the Committee noted that we had not received those documents until eight months after his Mission, Wilson changed his testimony. As the members who filed an Additional Views Report observed, that statement made under oath was also at odds with the facts. From the Additional Views report of the SSCI:
It would thus appear that he did have access to the names and dates in the CIA reports, which means either (a) he had unauthorized access to classified CIA documents, received 8 months after his Mission or (b) he saw them before the CIA did.
Peter Fitzgerald, call your office.
Clarice Feldman 10 26 05p>
They both do a good job of documenting and referencing their work.
The smoke screen must continue. Can't have Wilson and Plame tried on espionage charges. Wouldn't look to good for the left. Glad I finally see an article that backs up my ravings about Iraq buying 100 tons of yellow cake from Niger back in the 80's. He had Portugal backmailed regarding cheap oil deals at that time so that they would sell him 130 tons. Brazil as these articles mention also come into play. Brazil had a deal to "re-sell" Iraq two or three fast breeder reactors back then, but the deals fell through.