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Should the United States share U.S. intelligence information on Iraq with U.N. weapons inspectors?

Asked at Borders Books Music & Cafe on January 29, 2003

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“Yes, I think we should. If we plan on engaging in any kind of combat based on U.N. findings, they should be privy to any information on a confidential basis, but I don’t think it should be broadcast publicly.”

“I think yes. If we are getting into a war, that is serious enough business to let people know why.”

“Sure. If they have intelligence on certain aspects of it, they should tell them what they’re looking for, rather than sending them in blind.”

“Yep, because they want U.N. inspectors to go in there and be forceful in the search. If they have information, they should tell them so they won’t fight a war for no reason.”


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