Unconfirmed sources reports Bush administration ghostwriter is sorry for lying to the American people. The former novelist, now former CIA analyst, admits
"I made it all up."
The whole things started right after 911 when the Pentagon called in a group of Hollywood writers to brain storm about possible terrorist threats. The group of writers, dubbed the "Authors of Destruction" set up shop in a Georgetown safe house and got to work.
Their final report "Terrors of Tomorrow" was widely circulated at all levels of the government, even the White House got a copy. The report was so popular it even had a second printing. The group of writers was then disbanded and sent back to Hollywood.
Months later after the administration made public its previouse decision to wage war on Iraq the "Authors of Destruction" where recalled from Hollywood. The CIA and Pentagon had been under pressure to provide a compelling reasons to go to war and just couldn't get the job done. The Bush administration fired the entire staff of the Middle Eastern desk and replaced them with the Hollywood writers.
It was only a matter of time before the entire staff of the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency were fired and replaced by the writers. Once the transformation was done compelling intelligence flowed into the White House.
One of these writers has approached Unconfirmed Sources and bared his soul. The writer now regrets that he created the so called "link" between Iraq and Osama Bin Laden. His other work included the now infamous "45-minute" chemical weapons report and the African uranium plot, both later supplied to British intelligence. "I got the idea for the Africa uranium story from a book by W.E.B. Griffin, he's my favorite author, after Tom Clancy."
The writer retells his proudest moment. "I think Colin Powell should get an Oscar for his delivery in front of the UN. He has a brilliant delivery, He made all the made up stuff sound just like the truth."
The writer has since returned to Hollywood and is working on a screen play about his experiences. He says look for the movie "Terrors of Tomorrow" in theaters by christmas.