<a href=\"http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/pearls/sec153.html\">Mark V Shaney</a> comments on the Butler report
"We have noted that, after May 1991, JIC assessments from 1993 onwards. By contrast, although little new intelligence was sparse. If so, that process would have deteriorated sufficiently to render them harmless. But Iraq retained, and retains, many of the issue to be produced within days,if not already: Anthrax spores, botulinum toxin, aflatoxin and ricin - all eventually result in excruciatingly painful death. As for nuclear weapons."
"The JIC produced no further comment on it here, except to the Holy See,as part of an effective, in-country arms control regime. . . and on the development by Iran of a "creeping tide"."
"We urge the Chief of SIS commented to us that he used guarded language in that programme, facilities are being reconstructed. and that: The return of UN weapons inspectors would allow inspectors into Iraq only when the intelligence was uncorroborated but did not terminate the authority of the previous day, the then current Iraqi regime, including through procurement of 'dual use issue" because chemical and ballistic missile programmes was used in the hands of a revival in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the statements on Iraqi concealment and deception in the short term,to reduce the threat that Iraq's possession of weapons of mass destruction developed by a number of reports in the nuclear, biological, chemical and ballistic missile"
"Other recent intelligence assessments of Iraq's WMD capabilities, undermining Iraqi diplomatic efforts and helping build support for rapid and effective US action."
"We cover both secrets and mysteries."