Songuulyn o'mno US-yn Iraqt xiij bui dain ni uls to'ryn margaany gol sedev bolj bna. Zarim xeseg ni buruu, zarim xeseg gartsaagui xemeen u'zdeg.

Enexuu barimtat kino ni exlexdee 9/11-ny uil yavdlaar exlene. Ter yed US-yn udirdlaguud yamar arga xemjee avch, xerxen ajillasan tuxai medeelel garna. Photograph of Donald Rumsfeld, Vice President Richard Cheney and President George W. Bush9/11 ni US-g terrorismyn esreg daind xu'rgesen...
Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld nar ni zaluu bxaasaa exlen olon jil xamtragchid bsan bna. Ded Yeronxiilogch Dick Cheney bu'x gazart oo'ryn "bag"-aa bu'rduulj chadjee. US-yn udirdlaguud (Dick Cheney) Al Qaeda ba Iraqyn xoorond yamarvaa negen xariltsaa, olboo baigaa esexyg todruulaxyg CIA-d u'ureg bolgoson bolovch George Tenetyn tolgoilj bsan CIA togtooj chadaagiu bna. Udaan "zu'tgesny" etsest Iraqyn talaas ximym (chemical) zevsegtei xolbootoi "medeelel" garch enexuu medeelel ni US Iraqtai terrorismyn esreg dainy exlel bolson bna...
Yeronxiidoo CIA ni Al Qaeda-yn talaar, NIE ni Iraqyn talaar medeelel, sudalgaand to'vlorson baijee. CIA-yn Tenet ni Iraq and Bin Laden xolbootoi asuudlaar "demjleg u'zuulexgui xoirgo bsan" tul Ded Yeronxiilogchyn zu'gees shaxalt uzuulsen bna... Cheney NIE-gyn (The National Intelligence Estimate) medeelluud, sudalgaag CIA-gynxaas deeguur tavisan bna.

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After 9/11, Vice President Richard Cheney seized he initiative. He pushed to expand executive power, transform America's intelligence agencies and bring the war on terror to Iraq. But first he had to take on George Tenet's CIA for control over intelligence. (more ...)

1.The Forbidden Zone

Dick Cheney seizes the initiative, George Tenet pulls out the CIA's already architected plan for attacking the Taliban and Al Qaeda in Afghanistan, and Donald Rumsfeld puts Iraq on the table.
2.Behind Closed Doors

Conflicts surface between the CIA and military during the Afghanistan war against the Taliban, but the war is deemed a CIA success story.  Meanwhile Cheney works to undercut Tenet's CIA by building his own intelligence capability.

3.The Push for War in Iraq

In Afghanistan, Bin Laden escapes and the CIA blames the military. At the Pentagon, its secret intelligence unit funnels Iraq information through Cheney's office. Cheney continues to assert an Iraq-Al Qaeda connection, but the CIA denies it.
4.The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE)

At the request of Congress, which is nearing a vote on war, Tenet produces an NIE on the evidence of Iraq's WMD programs. The president has doubts about its strength. Tenet assures him it's a 'slam dunk.'

5.Flawed Intelligence Goes Public

The questionable analysis on Iraq's WMD threat makes its way into Bush's State of the Union speech. It also gets into Powell's U.N. address on the case for war, even though Powell personally had questioned the CIA about the evidence.
6.A Covert Campaign

No WMD is found in Iraq and in June 2004 Tenet resigns. Tensions grow between the CIA and Cheney loyalists. The 'Scooter' Libby investigation uncovers what appears to be a covert campaign waged against the CIA by the Office of the Vice President.

source from http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/darkside/

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