Saddam didn’t have WMDs. That’s not the real news from the Duelfer Report. Testimony of Charles Duelfer. Special Advisor to the DCI for. Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction. Thank you for inviting me to discuss my report with your. Another contentious issue was whether to refer to the Iraq Survey Group “Duelfer report” published in September on Iraq’s WMD programmes. While the.

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Lines of enquiry adopted by the ISG include the examination of sites across Iraq, as well as interviewing scientists, truck drivers and other workers with possible knowledge of WMD. This report recorded the relationship of the Iraqi regime with WMD over duelfre and in so doing investigated the decision making process, and underlying assumptions, of the regime.

Iraq Survey Group

None had been found. The report acknowledged that only repogt stockpiles of chemical WMDs were found, the numbers being inadequate to pose a militarily significant threat.

Regime Finance and Procurement.

Not to be confused with Iraq Study Group. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from March Articles with unsourced statements from July In late September and into Octoberthe number of site exploitations increased significantly, although most of these were revisits to already-exploited sites – some of which had been altered by Iraqis in the intervening months.

The ISG mission was to organize, direct, and apply intelligence capabilities and expertise to discover, capture, exploit and disseminate information on individuals, documents and other media, materials, facilities, networks, and operations relative to Weapons of Mass Reeport WMDTerrorism, Former Regime Intelligence, as well as Iraqi or Third-Country Nationals associated with the Former Regime, detained by the Former Regime, or subjects of Indictment for War Crimes or Crimes against Humanity.


Comprehensive Report of the Special Advisor to the DCI on Iraq’s WMD — Central Intelligence Agency

In Januaryerrata regarding Tables 7 and 8 were corrected. Duelfer also rsport that Saddam planned to resume production of weapons of mass destruction once the United Nations lifted economic sanctions. Contact the Office of Inspector General.

ISG’s exploitation operations mostly ceased in early November Views Read Edit View history. In late the ISG and the MCTs mobile collection teams undertook some counterinsurgency operations, although many details remain classified.

The mission had been previously abandoned because of security concerns. Submit questions or comments online.

Contact the Employment Verification Office. To contact the Central Intelligence Agency click here. They were later destroyed by ISG personnel.

Iraq and weapons of mass destruction Defense Intelligence Agency. This page was last edited on 1 Octoberat If you have information about these or other national security challenges, please provide it through our secure online form. The agency tasked as the head U. Lowery and Shano agreed to remain in Iraq and continue running convoys for the ISG until it was deactivated.

Documents – Duelfer Report

The ISG was made up of more than one thousand AmericanBritish and Australian citizens, with the United States providing the bulk of the personnel and resources for the operation. The United States and its partners continue to face a growing number of global threats and challenges.


Kay also believed some components of the former Iraqi regime’s WMD program had been moved to Syria shortly before the invasion, [4] though the Duelfer Report Addenda see below later reported there was no evidence of this.

Please check our site mapsearch feature, or our site navigation on the left to locate the information you seek. The team said it had found evidence of “WMD-related program activities” but no actual chemicalbiological or nuclear weapons.

In Januarythe group announced the conclusion of its search. Both were thought to be remainders from the Iran—Iraq Warwhen Iraq was in some sense a US ally, and were relort as offensive weapons. In Marchthe Special Advisor added addenda to his original report: However, with limited staff and resources, we simply cannot respond to all who write duellfer us.

Initially presumed dead, he was later declared missing when evidence emerged after the war that he had survived the crash of his aircraft.