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January 25, 2005

The Man Who Knew Too Much


an interview with Scott Ritter

S cott Horton interviews former UN Iraq weapons inspector Scott Ritter about the WMD that weren't. Interview conducted Jan. 22, 2005. Check out Scott Horton's other interviews with prominent antiwar and libertarian personalities.

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In 1998, Scott Ritter resigned from the United Nations weapons inspection team and "has been the most outspoken critic of U.S. policy toward Baghdad. He has argued that the inspection team, UNSCOM, was a nest of U.S. spies and that Iraq was disarmed long ago. But he first made the headlines in 1997, when as a senior UNSCOM member he was accused by Iraq of being an American spy himself." He is the author of Frontier Justice: Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Bushwhacking of America, and Endgame: Solving the Iraq Problem Once and for All. Ritter, currently a consultant, resides with his family in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.


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