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Information from the dossier and, later, the papers themselves made their way from Italian intelligence to, at various times, the C. Bush told the world, “The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.”Two months later, the United States invaded Iraq, starting a conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people, cost hundreds of billions of dollars, and has irrevocably de-stabilized the strategically vital Middle East. “This wasn’t an accident,” says Milt Bearden, a 30-year C. “This wasn’t 15 monkeys in a room with typewriters.”In recent months, it has emerged that the forged Niger documents went through the hands of the Italian military intelligence service, SISMI (Servizio per le Informazioni e la Sicurezza Militare), or operatives close to it, and that neoconservative policymakers helped bring them to the attention of the White House. and the State Department, hawkish neocons managed to circumvent seasoned intelligence analysts and insert the Niger claims into Bush’s State of the Union address. “In addition to the secret service, SISMI, there was another, informal, parallel secret service,” Moltedo says.Worse, it appears to have been the cornerstone of a highly successful “black propaganda” campaign with links to the White House. In the neighborhood between the Vatican and the Olympic Stadium, a phalanx of motor scooters is parked outside a graffiti-scarred 10-story apartment building. 10 Via Antonio Baiamonte is home to scores of middle-class families, and to the embassy for the Republic of Niger, the impoverished West African nation that was once a French colony. “That’s why I decided to stay out of it.”Despite such obstacles, a handful of independent journalists and bloggers on both sides of the Atlantic have been pursuing the story.Though it may be unprepossessing, the Niger Embassy is the site of one of the great mysteries of our times. “Most of the people you are dealing with are professional liars, which really leaves you with your work cut out for you as a reporter,” says Joshua Micah Marshall, who has written about the documents on his blog, Talking Points Memo. There is even disagreement about why the documents were fabricated. operatives had intentionally put together a lousy forgery in hopes of embarrassing Cheney’s hawkish followers.Du bist im Begriff eine Seite zu betreten, welche erotische Inhalte und/oder Fotografien enthalten kann.Bitte klicke auf die untenstehende Schaltfläche, um zu bestätigen, dass du mindestens 18 Jahre alt und mit dem Ansehen sexuellen Materials einverstanden bist.The Bush administration invaded Iraq claiming Saddam Hussein had tried to buy yellowcake uranium in Niger. analyst for 27 years; Lieutenant Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski, who served in the Pentagon’s Near East and South Asia division in 20; Larry C. And you build in subtle, nuanced errors so you can say, ‘We would never misspell that.’ If it’s very cleverly done, it’s a chess game, not checkers.”Reporters who have entered this labyrinth often emerge so perplexed that they choose not to write about it.