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Volume 1 - Iraq Watch

Volume 1 - Iraq Watch

Volume 1 - Iraq

Comprehensive Reportof the Special Advisor to the DCI onIraq’s WMD30 September 2004volume I of III

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  • Page 4 and 5: government documents or parliamenta
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  • Page 14 and 15: Acknowledgements(12 September 2004
  • Page 18 and 19: Scope NoteThis report relays Iraq S
  • Page 20 and 21: power to secure the various sites t
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  • Page 27 and 28: Desire . . . Dominance and Deterren
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  • Page 31 and 32: Note on Methodological ApproachInte
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  • Page 35 and 36: Key Iraqi Organizations and Officia
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  • Page 47 and 48: Saddam Holding CourtSaddam made she
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    he may have said he had the desire,

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    dan, one of Saddam’s more indepen

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    Iraq began a nuclear program shortl

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    Iraqi Intelligence Collection Again

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    dad wanted a dialogue with the Unit

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    that will match the weapons used ag

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    their influence with their governme

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    Iraq’s Surcharge on Oil and Regim

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    Iraq’s Relationship With FranceTh

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    of it borrowed from Gulf neighbors

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    Scientific Research and Intention t

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    Husayn Kamil (continued)to return t

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    1995, and again in 1999, under orde

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    The Saga of the “Chicken Farm”

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    Security ServicesInstruments of Den

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    VX Warhead Samples & The Iraqi Air

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    including monitoring, on 31 October

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    • According to ‘Abd Hamid Mahmu

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    • Saddam stated to his ministers

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    tive Chairman Hans Blix, IAEA Direc

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    tion Plan approved under UNSCR 715

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    and after that I will take over.”

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    mented that all systems broke down

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    How Much Power and Influence?The Qu

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    • Opposition to Israel was ritual

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    The Iraqi IntelligenceServiceIIS St

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    Structure of M5• M5/1 Iran, Turke

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    From 1980-1990, M9 developed chemic

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    The Evolution of the Former M9/J De

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    M22, Directorate of Protective Serv

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    ‘Izzat Ibrahim Al DuriChairman‘

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    Qusay stepped down as the Director

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    Duties of the SSO Palace SecurityTh

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    The Security UnitThe SSO had a batt

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    Republican Guard Organizational Str

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    Husayn Kamil: No, we have some of t

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    Husayn Kamil: Sir, these vital loca

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    How Surcharges Were Collected .....

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    Methods Used To Hide Transshipment

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    • Once money began to flow into I

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    providing the Iraq population with

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    Table 1A Selection of Oil Vouchers

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    Budgeting Iraqi ProcurementOff-budg

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    The Economic Affairs Committee (EAC

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    information or justification, were

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    Figure 5. Iraqi illicit revenue sou

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    matters was illustrated when the go

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    • Illicit barrel surcharges on oi

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    10 June 2000. The relationship prob

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    • The first contract under the Pr

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    Tariq AzizFormer Deputy Prime Minis

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    Mr. ZierbekMr. Azakov andMr. Vellos

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    Iraq’s Oil Allocation Voucher Pro

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    Fa’iq AhmadSharifAndMastekMillion

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    amounted to about $2 million. Becau

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    Bank of Jordan. SOMO created separa

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    utilized elsewhere. The signature a

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    Figure 29. Total amounts received u

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    Figure 31. Total amounts received i

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    Figure 33. Total assets in Iraq’s

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    Iraqi importer would verify accepta

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    • The Regime implemented the gold

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    Lebanon, to its vault in Baghdad vi

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    that Iraq would strengthen its coop

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    Muhammad Mahdi Al Salih, the former

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    Jordanian Case StudyCommercial atta

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    • Taleb Uwayn Al-Juma’a, the Ch

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    Figure 38. The MIC-MoD Special Comm

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    office handling mail between MIC an

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    Muzahim Sa’ab al-Hasan al-NasiriF

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    • Ties flourished after the death

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    MIC Front CompaniesThe MIC used fro

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    The IIS used the Al-Basha’ir fron

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    Figure 45. Chemicals for liquid pro

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    Procurement LeadersProcurement Lead

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    • The IIS completely controlled a

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    • The term “Trade Office” was

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    ILTC subordinate company seems to h

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    • According to a high-level Iraqi

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    Iraqi front companies with a number

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    • Another of Sattam’s brothers,

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    2003 refl ects only January to Marc

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    tion, Ukrainian state and private e

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    Figure 55. A document, dated April

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    • ARMOS specialized in bringing b

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    The MIC maintained bank accounts in

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    SES International reportedly was th

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    Figure 58. Allocation of the goods

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    Most of the illegal transactions in

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    axis turntable for testing gyroscop

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    ISG uncovered further conventional

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    Figure 59. JEFF Company contracts,

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    In 2001 Iraq used the Syrian Protoc

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    Figure 61. Military goods Iraq acqu

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    • The missile contracts in 2001 w

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    y Polish police included Ewex contr

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    company’s activities in 2001, New

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    • Belarus acquired hard currency

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    IAEC—MIC Cooperation for the Proc

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    In 2001, the IAEC and MIC were work

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    opposition parties for this action

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    Figure 64. A bill of lading from Oc

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    Circumvention of UN Sanctions Impor

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    Syria’s two primary transportatio

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    140Figure 65. A truck holdingarea n

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    Smuggling via Syrian PortsOpen sour

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    An ISG Translation of the 2003 Iraq

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    And a follow up on supplying crude

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    An ISG Translation of the 2003 Iraq

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    Sixthly:Transporting the imported q

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    Syria-Iraq Trade ProtocolThe Iraq-S

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    156Figure 1. The Iraq-SyriaTrade Pr

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    Figure 3. The Iraq-TurkeyTrade Prot

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    Figure 3. The Iraq-TurkeyTrade Prot

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    Figure 3. The Iraq-TurkeyTrade Prot

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    Figure 3. The Iraq-TurkeyTrade Prot

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    Oil Allocation RecipientListThe nam

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    Oil Allocation RecipientList (conti

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    Mullah Huwaysh was the vice chairma

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    Figure 4. The Iraqi general budgetp

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    Figure 6. Estimated GDP/real GDP in

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    Industrial Diversification and Manu

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    Figure 12. Foreign debt,1989-2003.F

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    Figure 14. Balance ofpayments: over

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    aaThe UN was aware of the Jordanian

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    Smuggler “Volgoneft-147”Figure

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    B) Second party committed to pay th

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    226Figure 21. Summary of aletter fr

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    228Figure 22. Contractbetween the N

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    230Figure 23. Personal letterfrom M

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    232Figure 25 . Second letterfrom A.

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    234Figure 26. Two checks toMax Moin

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    236Figure 27. Contract forpetroleum

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    238Figure 28. Letter addressedto Mu

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    240Figure 29. Contractbetween al Ba

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    242Figure 30. Letterauthorizing the

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    Figure 32 shows a contract between

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    246Figure 32. Unipack ofParis contr

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    248Figure 34. First Yu SwissBank Be

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    252Figure 36. Iraqi bankingsystem s

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    The CBI did not make extra payments

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    without delay the entry into or tra

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    authorized to sell or supply any co

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    ported to be the Iraqi General Comp

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    Possible Breaches of UN Sanctions b

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    Possible Breaches of UN Sanctions b

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    Letters Dealing With a Planned Visi

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    • At the 3 November 2002 meeting,

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    11 August 1999 Handwritten Document

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    to an earlier meeting held in Pyong

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    • Huwaysh claimed that Iraq had c

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    contract reads “as for the second

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    ing Iraqi air defense officials.•

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    —The company shall issue a credit

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    cializes in air defense; Georgi Ser

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    Possible Breaches of UN Sanctions b

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    Al-HusanAl-Hussaini Company for Tra

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    Nurallah CompanyOrkid General Tradi

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    CWDETADGMIDGSDIADiwanDMIDOCEXDPRKEA

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    MoIMoOMoTMoTCMOUNORINCONSCNVDNVGOFF

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    Regime Strategy and WMD Timeline Ev

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