Tom Brokaw interviews David Kay, the former U.N. weapons inspector David Kay leading the search for the WMDs. Some highlights:
- Brokaw: But there’s no doubt in your mind, I gather, that in fact there was a program and it was substantial. Kay: I’ve already seen enough to convince me, but that’s not the standard. I’ve got to have enough evidence to convince everyone of that.
- Brokaw: How long is that going to take?...Kay: I think in six months from now, we’ll have a considerable amount of evidence, and we’ll be starting to reveal that evidence. Will we get to the bottom of the program? It took them over twelve years to build this program. This is a tough country to work in. They hid a lot. I think we’ll probably still be finding stuff well beyond six months. I think we will have a substantial body of evidence before six months.
- Brokaw: By the fall, will we have credible evidence [regarding] weapons of mass destruction...? Kay: We’ve got over a thousand people here who are working here very hard; because that’s the only way any of us will go home.
Over a thousand people!