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Video Shows Explosives at Al-Qaqaa After Invasion (from ATSNN)

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posted on Oct, 29 2004 @ 07:55 AM
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A newly released video shot by a Minnesota television crew in Iraq shows explosives in barrels with International Atomic Energy Agency markings - in Al Qaqaa, after the invasion. The Bush administration continues to deny anything is proved yet.

 



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"A soldier with the 101st Airborne Division is seen examining the contents of a barrel in a bunker in the Al-Qaqaa facility in Iraq in video footage made by Minneapolis ABC affiliate KSTP-TV on April 18, 2003.
The video taken by KSTP of St. Paul on April 18, 2003, could reinforce suggestions that tons of explosives missing from a munitions installation in Iraq were looted after the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq. The video was broadcast nationally Thursday on ABC.
“The photographs are consistent with what I know of Al-Qaqaa,” David A. Kay, a former American official who directed the hunt in Iraq for unconventional weapons and visited the site, told The New York Times. “The damning thing is the seals. The Iraqis didn’t use seals on anything. So I’m absolutely sure that’s an IAEA seal.”
Democrat John Kerry says the missing explosives — powerful enough to demolish a building, bring down a jetliner or set off a nuclear weapon — are another example of the Bush administration’s poor planning and incompetence in handling the war in Iraq. President Bush says the explosives were possibly removed by Saddam’s forces before the invasion."



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The Bush administration is still denying, spinning and making excuses. But the evidence is mounting, and every day, Bush looks more and more incompetent.



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