Mystery Deepens Over WMD Documents

Douglas Hanson and Joseph Crowley
Joseph Goldstein of the New York Sun reports on information that could upset the "No WMD in Iraq" narrative:

How the classified military documents from Iraq, which named the coordinates of where the Army suspected weapons of mass destruction to be hidden, ended up in an Arabic translator's apartment on Hoyt Streetin Brooklyn, is clear.

Not likely to be known anytime soon is what, if anything, the army contractor did with the documents.
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Joseph Goldstein of the New York Sun reports on information that could upset the "No WMD in Iraq" narrative:

How the classified military documents from Iraq, which named the coordinates of where the Army suspected weapons of mass destruction to be hidden, ended up in an Arabic translator's apartment on Hoyt Streetin Brooklyn, is clear.

Not likely to be known anytime soon is what, if anything, the army contractor did with the documents.
Read the whole thing.