Report of the Select Committee on Intelligence on Postwar Findings About Iraq's WMD Programs and Links to Terrorism and How They compare with Prewar Assessments together with Additional Views [open pdf - 5MB]
The purpose of this report is to examine prewar intelligence assessments to determine whether they were accurate, regardless of whether they were reasonable or substantiated by intelligence report available at the time. The report is divided into two main topics, Iraq's WMD capabilities and Iraq's links to terrorism. Concerning the WMD capabilities, the report compares the assessments of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) report of July 2004 with post-war findings. Similarly, the report also looks at the SSCI report on Saddam Hussein's relationship with Al-Qa'ida including but not limited to training, harboring contacts with terrorist members. The report includes additional views from individual senators.
The U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence : http://intelligence.senate.gov/