The Italian businessman at the centre of a furious row between France and Italy over whose intelligence service was to blame for bogus documents suggesting Saddam Hussein was seeking to buy material for nuclear bombs has admitted that he was in the pay of France.
...His admission to investigating magistrates in Rome on Friday apparently confirms suggestions that - by commissioning "Giacomo" to procure and circulate documents - France was responsible for some of the information later used by Britain and the United States to promote the case for war with Iraq. telegraph.co.uk
Sunday, September 19, 2004
France commisioned fake Niger documents?
File under 'Rather'. It seems CBS isn't the only leftist organization that has a penchant for using forged documents 'for the greater good'.
Posted by Publius Sed at 9:14 PM