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[casi] Bush's claims discredited

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20, New Road,
Hailey, Oxon
England OX29 9TZ

                                     10th January,2003   01993  775080

Dear Sir,

Surely the American public cannot be surprised at the report discrediting
Bush's claims about Iraq as described in your article "Agency Challenges
Evidence Against Iraq Cited by Bush" by Michael R. Gordon? The world listened
in amazement at the claims made by Bush and his henchmen, and supported by
Blair and his discredited dossier, few of them with any validity or supported
by any evidence.

Now that the truth is dripping out, 8isn't it time the American people made
it clear to their president and to congress that they have been misled
enough. No war without evidence. No more lies and deceit. Give the inspectors

Yours faithfully,

Christopher Leadbeater


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