A widely reprinted AP analysis of the Bush administration's case for war with Iraq is pretty devastating.
Writes Charles J. Hanley:
The most detailed U.S. case for invading Iraq was laid out Feb. 5 in a U.N. address by Secretary of State Colin Powell. Six months later, months of war and revelation, the Powell case can be examined in a new light, analyzed here by an AP correspondent who was in Baghdad, Iraq, when Powell made his case for war.
Six months after that Feb. 5 appearance, the file does look thin.
Read the whole thing here.