Thursday, May 06, 2004

Saddam's WMD Have Been Found

In an investigative report posted April 26, 2004 in Insight on the News, Kenneth R. Timmerman writes:
In virtually every case - chemical, biological, nuclear and ballistic missiles - the United States has found the weapons and the programs that the Iraqi dictator successfully concealed for 12 years from U.N. weapons inspectors.

The Iraq Survey Group (ISG), whose intelligence analysts are managed by Charles Duelfer, a former State Department official and deputy chief of the U.N.-led arms-inspection teams, has found "hundreds of cases of activities that were prohibited" under U.N. Security Council resolutions, a senior administration official [told] Insight.
Both Duelfer and his predecessor, David Kay, who reported to Congress that the evidence they had found on the ground in Iraq showed Saddam's violation of UN Security Council resolutions, declared that Iraq had
a clandestine network of laboratories and safe houses with equipment that was suitable to continuing its prohibited chemical- and biological-weapons [BW] programs.
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