Thirdly, the logic is supported…

This sentence is so wickedly, outlandishly sloppy that it’s almost funny:

Thus, although Bush cited only British evidence that was determined to have been inconclusive, other intelligence files clearly contained other inconclusive evidence of the truth of the claim.

The whole article reads like a bad tenth grade essay. Admittedly, the AP’s not here to bring us fine literature, but they could at least bring us coherent sentences.

(AP: “British report says assertion was ‘well-founded'” [July 18, 2004])