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Profile: Anna Eshoo

 
  

Positions that Anna Eshoo has held:

  • US House Representative, Democrat from California


 

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Anna Eshoo actively participated in the following events:

 
  

July 2002-March 19, 2003      Complete Iraq timeline

       Numerous US and British, current and former, intelligence, military, and other government officials who have inside knowledge refute claims made by the Bush administration that Saddam Hussein's regime has or is seeking ties with global Islamic terrorist groups. [Independent, 2/9/03; New York Times, 2/3/03; Knight Ridder, 10/7/02; Radio Free Europe, 10/29/02; International Herald Tribune, 11/1/02; Los Angeles Times, 11/4/02; Baltimore Sun, 9/26/02; Wall Street Journal, 8/15/02; Telegraph, 2/4/03; Washington Post 9/10/02; Sunday Herald, 10/13/02; CBC News, 11/1/02]
People and organizations involved: Vince Cannistraro, Brent Scowcroft, Igor Ivanov, Youssef M. Ibrahim, MIchael O'Hanlon, Rohan Gunaratna, Tony Blair, Baltasar Garzon, Jean Chretien, Anna Eshoo, Saddam Hussein, US Department of State, 4/30/2001, Vince Cannistraro, Jack Straw, Daniel Benjamin, George W. Bush, Jean-Louis Brugui?re, Richard Durbin, Michael Chandler  Additional Info 
          

September 15-20, 2002      Complete Iraq timeline

       In closed sessions, administration officials are asked several times whether they have evidence of an imminent threat from Iraq against US citizens. US Representative Anna Eshoo, later tells the San Francisco Chronicle that the officials acknowledged they had no such evidence. “They said ‘no,’ ” she says, “Not ‘no, but’ or ‘maybe,’ but ‘no.’ I was stunned. Not shocked. Not surprised. Stunned.” [San Francisco Chronicle, 9/20/02 Sources: Anna Eshoo]
People and organizations involved: Anna Eshoo
          

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