IT Conversations recently released an interesting and informative interview with Scott Ritter, the man charged with finding and destroying Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. Ritter maintains, among other things, that the US had a policy of regime change in Iraq as far back as the first Bush administration and that weapons inspections , from the US point of view and for political reasons, could never be seen as completed. Whether or not you believe Ritter’s point of view on those matters, the actual mechanics of surveying a country for weapons of mass destruction is interesting and worth listening to the interview.