Thursday, January 16, 2003

As always, go to foreign sources to get more complete information (the BBC in this case):
Chemical warheads seized in Iraq
United Nations weapons inspectors in Iraq say they have found nearly a dozen empty chemical warheads while searching an ammunition storage depot.
Eleven warheads which could be used to carry chemical warfare agents were found at the Ukhaider depot and are currently being examined by experts, a UN spokesman said.
"The warheads were in excellent condition and were similar to ones imported by Iraq during the late 1980s," said Hiro Ueki.
He did not elaborate on the significance of the find, but the UN office in Baghdad has since told the BBC that they did not consider the discovery to be a "smoking gun" at the present time.
Could the talking heads on TV be suffering from premature wargasms? Better check those warheads and scratch off the "Made In The USA" stickers.


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