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Czech President Phoned President Bush About Atta

On October 21, 2002, the James Risen reported on its front page that: "The Czech president, Vaclav Havel, has quietly told the White House he has concluded that there is no evidence to confirm earlier reports that Mohamed Atta, the leader in the Sept. 11 attacks, met with an Iraqi intelligence officer in Prague just months before the attacks on New York and Washington."

On October 23, repeating its scoop, a New York Time editorial, entitled "The Illusory Prague Connection," cited the phone conversation between Havel and the White House evidence that President Bush knew the Prague link between Iraq and terrorism was illusionary.

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