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The Pentagon report "Iraqi Perspectives Project" will not be online or sent out by mass email. If you want a copy of the report, you will have to ask for it and the United States Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, Virginia, will mail the report on a CD.
It seems to me this is just another case of our government making information they aren't proud of difficult to get.
The Pentagon report will surely bring additional critical attention to the Bush Administration as America approaches March 19, the fifth anniversary of the Iraq War. The Pentagon report confirms what many anti-war advocates have been saying all along and that is there was no evidence found showing that Saddam Hussein supported al-Qaida. According to a report by military.com, ABC News obtained an executive summary of the Pentagon report that says Saddam Hussein's main contacts with terrorist groups were with Palestinian terrorist organizations and pan-Islamic groups.
The Pentagon report is based on a study of more than 600,000 text, audio, and video files and documents obtained by U.S. forces during the siege of Iraq. Additional evidence used in the Pentagon report comes from U.S. military interrogations of top ranking officials in the Saddam Hussein regime. Jonathan Karl, ABC News reporter, posted a copy of the Pentagon report's executive summary at ABC News.com (click here to read.) Karl says mass distribution of the Pentagon report was cancelled because early media reports proved it was too politically sensitive.
It's not clear at this time as to how the report can be obtained, but the folks at REWINN.COM seemed to have some luck. I've done the same thing and I am currently waiting for a reply.