By MARTIN WALKER UPI Editor WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (UPI) --
The supposedly Bushco-friendly, Moon-owned UPI sure takes delight in tossing out these zingers:
"The CIA leak inquiry that threatens senior White House aides has now widened to include the forgery of documents on African uranium that started the investigation, according to NAT0 intelligence sources. This suggests the inquiry by special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald into the leaking of the identity of undercover CIA officer Valerie Plame has now widened to embrace part of the broader question about the way the Iraq war was justified by the Bush administration."
"This opens the door to what has always been the most serious implication of the CIA leak case, that the Bush administration could face a brutally damaging and public inquiry into the case for war against Iraq being false or artificially exaggerated. This was the same charge that imperiled the government of Bush's closest ally, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, after a BBC Radio program claimed Blair's aides has "sexed up" the evidence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction".
Read it all at the UPI and a yank of the Blondesense wig to the Dark Wraith at The Dark Wraith Discussion Forum.