troubleshooting Question

SQL query return a result when it should not

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I have a products table in access which I'm querying using asp vb script.  For each product you can assign a categoryid and the categories are storde in a separate table.

An administrator has requested the ability to list the product in more than one category so I have added another column in the product table called 'additionalcat1'.

I have then updated my sql query to include the new column.  I have also got in my query only to display active products.

When the product is not active the attached query shows the product listed using the querystring additionalcat1.  It does not list it using the querystring categoryid which is correct but i can not figure out why it displays at all if I'm only displaying active products.
Dim rsbrowcat__MMColParam2
rsbrowcat__MMColParam2 = "0"
If (request.QueryString("CategoryID")  <> "") Then 
  rsbrowcat__MMColParam2 = request.QueryString("CategoryID") 
End If
Dim rsbrowcat__MMColParam
rsbrowcat__MMColParam = "0"
If (Request.QueryString("CategoryID")  <> "") Then 
  rsbrowcat__MMColParam = Request.QueryString("CategoryID") 
End If
Dim rsbrowcat
Dim rsbrowcat_cmd
Dim rsbrowcat_numRows

Set rsbrowcat_cmd = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Command")
rsbrowcat_cmd.ActiveConnection = MM_bimishop_STRING
rsbrowcat_cmd.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM Products p WHERE = True AND p.CategoryID = ? OR p.additionalcat1 = ?  " 
rsbrowcat_cmd.Prepared = true
rsbrowcat_cmd.Parameters.Append rsbrowcat_cmd.CreateParameter("param1", 5, 1, -1, rsbrowcat__MMColParam2) ' adDouble
rsbrowcat_cmd.Parameters.Append rsbrowcat_cmd.CreateParameter("param2", 5, 1, -1, rsbrowcat__MMColParam) ' adDouble

Set rsbrowcat = rsbrowcat_cmd.Execute
rsbrowcat_numRows = 0
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