Tapes reveal WMD plans by Saddam
By Rowan Scarborough
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
March 13, 2006
Audiotapes of Saddam Hussein and his aides underscore the Bush administration's argument that Baghdad was determined to rebuild its arsenal of weapons of mass destruction once the international community had tired of inspections and left the Iraqi dictator alone.
In addition to the captured tapes, U.S. officials are analyzing thousands of pages of newly translated Iraqi documents that tell of Saddam seeking uranium from Africa in the mid-1990s.
The documents also speak of burying prohibited missiles, according to a government official familiar with the declassification process.
But of course the MSM will not focus on these tapes but rather another book by someone that says Pres. Bush lied the US into the Iraq war.