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2004 Reports

  • Unclassified Report to Congress on the Acquisition of Technology Relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Advanced Conventional Munitions, 1 July Through 31 December 2003. Central Intelligence Agency Released November 23, 2004 -- "As required by Section 721 of the FY 1997 Intelligence Authorization Act, the following are country summaries of acquisition activities (solicitations, negotiations, contracts, and deliveries) related to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and advanced conventional weapons (ACW) that occurred from 1 July through 31 December 2003. We have excluded countries that already have established WMD and ACW programs, as well as countries that demonstrated little WMD acquisition activity of concern."

  • Iraq Survey Group Final Report Central Intelligence Agency 30 Sep 2004 -- " Given Iraq's investments in technology and infrastructure improvements, an effective procurement network, skilled scientists, and designs already on the books for longer range missiles, ISG assesses that Saddam clearly intended to reconstitute long-range delivery systems and that the systems potentially were for WMD. (...) Iraq Survey Group (ISG) discovered further evidence of the maturity and signifi cance of the pre-1991 Iraqi Nuclear Program but found that Iraq's ability to reconstitute a nuclear weapons program progressively decayed after that date. (...) Saddam never abandoned his intentions to resume a CW effort when sanctions were lifted and conditions were judged favorable (...) In spite of exhaustive investigation, ISG found no evidence that Iraq possessed, or was developing BW agent production systems mounted on road vehicles or railway wagons."
  • Key Findings of the Comprehensive Report of the Special Advisor to the DCI on Iraq's WMD Special Advisor to the Director of Central Intelligence on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction 30 Sep 2004 [PDF 193 Kb]

  • The SBU - The Security Service of Ukraine Gordon Bennett, September 2004, Conflict Studies Research Centre, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom

  • AR 15-6 Investigation of the Abu Ghraib Prison and 205th Military Intelligence Brigade by LTG Anthony R. Jones and MG George R. Fay US Army 23 Aug 2004 [PDF 920 Kb]
  • Independent Panel to Review DoD Detention Operations August 2004 [PDF 5.71 Mb]

  • Detainee Operations Inspection Department of the Army: The Inspector General 21 Jul 2004 -- "This inspection report responds to the Acting Secretary of the Army's 10 February 2004 directive to conduct a functional analysis of the Army's conduct of detainee and interrogation operations to identify any capability shortfalls with respect to internment, enemy prisoner of war, detention operations, and interrogation procedures and recommend appropriate resolutions or changes if required." [PDF 2.287 Mb]

  • Report of the Inquiry into Australian Intelligence Agencies Australian Goverment 22 Jul 2004 -- "On 4 March 2004, the Prime Minister appointed Mr Philip Flood to inquire into the Australian intelligence agencies, consistent with a recommendation of the earlier report of the Parliamentary Joint Committee into ASIO, ASIS and DSD (PJCAAD) inquiry into intelligence on Iraq 's weapons of mass destruction. The report of this inquiry - Report of the Inquiry into Australian Intelligence Agencies - considers the effectiveness of the intelligence community's current oversight and accountability mechanisms and the delivery of high quality and independent intelligence advice to the government, and includes case studies on Iraq , Jemaah Islamiyah and the Solomon Islands."

  • Revealing Some of the Top Secret Follow-on Reconnaissance Satellite Imagery & Data from Open Sources By (c) Charles P. Vick 7 Jun 2004 -- "Declassification of formerly classified U.S. intelligence imagery, documents and the former Soviet Union/Russian space industry histories are helping fill in large gaps in the historical record of the Soviet side of the manned Lunar race as illuminated by both Russian and American perspectives. (...) This present research report covers a ten step process to identify the data that can now be defined from open sources in spite of it not having yet been declassified by the U. S government."

  • The Soviet Manned Lunar Race Milestones As Seen in the CORONA/KH-1- 4B, GAMBIT/KH-7, GAMBIT/KH-8 & HEXAGON/KH-9 Imagery: Events in the Development of the SL-12/Proton-Zond & SL-X-15/N1-L3 Boosters By © Charles P. Vick 10 Jul 2004 -- "Declassification of formerly classified U.S. intelligence imagery, documents and parts of the former Soviet Union/Russian space industry, and Baikonur Cosmodrome histories, are helping fill in large gaps in the historical record of the Soviet side of the manned Lunar race as illuminated by both Russian and American perspectives. This documents purpose is to identify what the actual activity of the N1-L3/ "J" vehicle and the Proton/Zond/ SL-12 vehicles were on the Baikonur Cosmodrome regardless of what the U. S. intelligence community thought was going on. It also was developed to define what actual activities were observed by U. S. intelligence versus those that were not imaged or monitored by U. S. SIGINT operations."

  • Butler Report: Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction Committee of Privy Counsellors 14 Jul 2004 [PDF 1 MB]

  • REPORT ON THE U.S. INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY'S PREWAR INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENTS ON IRAQ Select Committe on Intelligence 09 Jul 2004 [PDF Version 23.4 MB]
  • Report on the U.S. Intelligence Community's Prewar Intelligence Assessments on Iraq: Conclusions Select Committe on Intelligence 09 Jul 2004 [PDF Version 1.89 MB]

  • TAGUBA REPORT - HEARING ARTICLE 15-6 INVESTIGATION OF THE 800th MILITARY POLICE BRIGADE On 19 January 2004, Lieutenant General (LTG) Ricardo S. Sanchez, Commander, Combined Joint Task Force Seven (CJTF-7) requested that the Commander, US Central Command, appoint an Investigating Officer (IO) in the grade of Major General (MG) or above to investigate the conduct of operations within the 800th Military Police (MP) Brigade.

  • Declassified August 6, 2001 Daily Presidential Brief: Bin Ladin Determined to Strike in US The White House Declassiffied and Approved for Release 10 Apr 2004 -- "Clandestine, foreign government, and media reports indicate Bin Ladin since 1997 has wanted to conduct terrorist attacks in the US. Bin Ladin implied in US television interviews in 1997 and 11998 that his followers would follow the example of WOrld Trade Center bombing Ramzi Yousef and "bring the fighting to America."" [PDF 214 Kb]

  • Order Authorizing Establishment of Iraqi National Intelligence Service , Coalition Provisional Authority Order Number 69, 01 April 2004
  • Charter for the Iraqi National Intelligence Service -- Order 69 - Annex A 02 April 2004

  • Iraq's Legacy of Terror: Mass Graves U.S.Agency for International Development, 17 March 2004

  • Inquiry into Intelligence on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Australia Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD Released on 01 Mar 2004 -- "The United States and the United Kingdom argued that war against Iraq was necessary because Iraq had defied, over a period of 12 years, United Nations Security Council resolutions, which sought the disarmament of Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction. In particular, both governments and the Australian government which joined in the coalition, argued that intelligence had revealed that Iraq continued to possess and indeed was increasing its holdings of weapons of mass destruction. (...) The arguments about the need to go to war were controversial (...) In Australia, the Senate referred this matter to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD on 18 June 2003. The Committee was asked to consider the nature, accuracy and independence of the intelligence used by the Australian government and the accuracy and completeness of the presentation of that intelligence by the Australian government to the Parliament and people of Australian."

  • "CICLO DE INFORMACIONES : Historia, Discusión y Proyecciones" PUBLICACIÓN DOCENTE / MARZO DE 2004 Prof. Ulises A. Faúndez Académico Departamento de Ciencia Política Universidad de Chile - El CICLO INFORMATIVO, procedimiento metodológico utilizado en la elaboración de Inteligencia, es la denominación genérica que se da a una secuencia lógica de varias etapas de trabajo mediante la cual, se grafica un proceso conformado por las fases sucesivas de: dirección, obtención, análisis, producción y difusión de informes de Inteligencia para empleo del o los respectivos usuarios, teniendo presente que INTELIGENCIA es sinónimo de INFORMACIÓN PROCESADA y, desde hace años, dejó de ser privativa del ámbito castrense, para expandir sus posibilidades de aporte a todos los campos del quehacer humano.

  • Remarks as prepared for delivery by Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet at Georgetown University: Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction 5 February, 2004 -- "I have come here today to talk to you-and to the American people-about something important to our nation and central to our future: how the United States intelligence community evaluated Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs over the past decade, leading to a National Intelligence Estimate in October of 2002. I want to tell you about our information and how we reached our judgments. I will tell you what I think-honestly and directly."

  • Report of the Inquiry into the Circumstances Surrounding the Death of Dr David Kelly C.M.G. by Lord Hutton The Hutton Inquiry 28 Jan 2004



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