Six months ahead of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the United States had little hard evidence and relied heavily on analytic assumptions and judgment in assessing what it knew about Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction Programs, according to declassified U.S. intellilgence report.
The September 5, 2002 report from the Glen Shaffer, the Director of Intelligence - which was initially classified as "secret" - at the time showed the U.S. knew about Iraq's internal expertise in building nuclear weapons, biological weapons, chemical weapons and ballistic missiles.
TVNL Comment: They lied to the troops and to the people of the world so that they can start a war. This is one of the highest crimes that can be committed by a government. The troops still support the members of the Bush administration. That is disgraceful. The troops were sent over to murder innocent people. People who were accused of doing something that we knew then and know now to be lies. Americans keep thanking the troops for keeping us free, instead they should, along with the troops, be apologizing to the Iraqi people for the mass murder we committed.