1) There is no evidence that Administration officials attempted to coerce, influence, or pressure, analysts to change their judgments related to Iraq's weapons of mass destruction capabilities.
2) There is no evidence that the Vice President’s visits to the Central Intelligence Agency were attempts to pressure analysts, were perceived as intended to pressure analysts by those who participated in the briefings on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction programs, or did pressure analysts to change their assessments.
The investigation found no evidence of pressure, PERIOD. You are mincing words (E.G., direct pressure, passive pressure) in attempt to inject your conclusion. A conclusion which is in direct conflict with the report.
Do such credentials qualify you to dismiss out-of-hand others abilities to use and apply logic, as you have done repeatedly in this thread?
I do not accept your SPECULATION or OPINION as evidence.
It appears you do NOT have KNOWLEDGE that they lied. You only have opinion and speculation.
1) Clearly state the sources you are referring to that proves that the CIA completely dismissed these sources BEFORE the war.
2) Cite or quote the section of the source that proves that the CIA completely dismissed these sources BEFORE the war.
Otherwise I will assume that you are once again merely speculating or opining.