Bush Administration knew about N. Korean Nukes for Two Years Before Going Public!

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The findings of the Livermore report were confirmed in a June 2002 National Intelligence Estimate, a major assessment by the CIA and all other intelligence agencies. These reports are part of a complex and hidden trail of intelligence about the North Korean effort that has raised questions about why the Bush administration waited until early October 2002 to confront officials in the capital, Pyongyang, with the intelligence — and to go public several weeks later — when details had been accumulating for more than two years.

From the Washington Post.