2002-10-09, 11:36 a.m.
(Reuters) - The CIA said the probability of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein initiating an attack without provocation on the United States in the foreseeable future was "very low," according to a letter made public on Tuesday. But if he was attacked, the likelihood that Saddam would respond with biological or chemical weapons was "pretty high."
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