IG Report on DoD Intel Office Declassified
At the request of Sen. Carl Levin, the Department of Defense has declassified most of its February 2007 Inspector General report (large pdf) on the pre-Iraq war activities of the DoD Office of Special Plans, led by Douglas Feith.
“It is important for the public to see why the Pentagon’s Inspector General concluded that Secretary Feith’s office ‘developed, produced and then disseminated alternative intelligence assessments on the Iraq and al-Qaeda relationship,’ which included ‘conclusions that were inconsistent with the consensus of the Intelligence Community,’ and why the Inspector General concluded that these actions were ‘inappropriate’,” Sen. Levin said.
“Until today, those details were classified and outside the public’s view.”
See this news release from Sen. Levin, with a link to the newly declassified report.
Mr. Feith’s Office issued a January 2007 rebuttal (pdf) to a draft version of the IG report.
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