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UNMOVIC and the UN itself have given reports that they have found banned parts, rockets, and other material that were dismantled and sent to scrapyards around the world from Iraq.
Originally posted by Muaddib
They shouldn't find "any" wmd in Iraq, no matter what quantity since they were all banned, and we have found more than a few. So, yeah....there were, and probably still are wmd in Iraq.
[edit on 26-7-2004 by Muaddib]
Originally posted by slank
1. Most, maybe all, of the WMDs Saddam had after the Gulf war were destroyed during the years the UN inspectors were there.
2. He probably didn't want Iran to know he was defenseless.
3. Chemical and biological agents break down over time:
"Fortunately, for the most part, the chemical agents break down fairly rapidly when exposed to the elements. According to coauthor Sylvia S. Talmage of the Life Sciences Division at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, "It was a nice, pleasant surprise to see that these things are mostly not persistent, but they will break down naturally, and most of the breakdown products are less toxic, and some practically innocuous."
Are you a Bush apologist?