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An Important Request for Help

On 27 April 2000, in my capacity as a research associate for the Boston Research Group, I 
interviewed Scott Ritter for an hour and a half and later transcribed the interview.  Ritter’s trip 
to Iraq provides a good impetus to release the transcript (a very useful document that addresses, 
e.g., Iraq’s chemical weapons use and non-use; the actual quality of Iraq’s non-conventional 
weapons; Iraq’s 1988-1991 non-conventional weapons strategy; “de-linking,” what UNSCOM was actually 
looking for during its late-1998 high-profile inspections; and major regional strategic and 
non-conventional issues)  but before I do so I want to screen it for typographical errors.  I have 
repeatedly proofread the transcript but still want at least one other person to rigorously check 
the document before I disseminate it.  

Is any list subscriber willing and able to proofread this already proofread transcript?

With much thanks,
Nathaniel Hurd
Boston, USA

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