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November 19, 2010


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Unfortunately, I couldn't find his FOIA talk on Youtube, but I saw an interview at Yale in which he discusses other things. I thought it was strange that both him and one of the interviewers, who was also an experienced journalist, agreed that if there's no conclusive evidence then there's no evidence at all and implied that he should have reported that there were no WMDs in Iraq before the war, while his source believed there were WMDs and just said there's less evidence than the government admits to. I know it's off topic, but still...

Laurence Jarvik

To paraphrase President Clinton in another context, it seems that it all depends on what your definition of "evidence" is..

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