Friday, June 03, 2005
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I Thought Those WMDs Did Not Exist

APNews: U.N.: Weapons Equipment Missing in Iraq by EDITH M. LEDERER
In the report to the U.N. Security Council, acting chief weapons inspector Demetrius Perricos said he's reached no conclusions about who removed the items or where they went. He said it could have been moved elsewhere in Iraq, sold as scrap, melted down or purchased. He said the missing material can be used for legitimate purposes. "However, they can also be utilized for prohibited purposes if in a good state of repair." He said imagery analysts have identified 109 sites that have been emptied of equipment to varying degrees, up from 90 reported in March.