SOMETIME earlier this month a man packed his bags and quietly left Baghdad. It was Charles A Duelfer, the director of the US Iraq Survey Group whose 1'200 men and women spent more than a year looking for the weapons of mass destruction over which the United States and Britain went to war. They did not find them, and reported as much last October, but Mr Duelfer had been clearing his desk before leaving. We would not have known but for a sharp-eyed reporter on the Washington Post.
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