View Full Version : BS or "the smoking gun"?
I'm not holding my breadth. Just because they found radiation at an ex-nuclear site that was bombed, and some underground areas, doesn't mean anything. Those could have been leftovers.
They have to find evidence that the reactor was in the process of being rebuilt, or that enrichment equipment was bought. That would be the smoking gun.
Another smoking gun would be documents or equipment showing how leftover nuclear waste was being used to build radiological bombs, or worse, they they were shipping off radioactive materials to other countries.
I'm still waiting to hear more on this (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/887795/posts), broken April 8th by NPR:
U.S. experts will study samples of suspected nerve gas found in 20 newly discovered Iraqi missile warheads that may be the "smoking gun" of Saddam Hussein's long-denied illegal arms cache, officials said yesterday.
Pentagon officials said reports of the ready-to-fire missiles found near Baghdad - as well as chemicals in huge metal drums hidden near Karbala - were the hardest evidence so far of the weapons of mass destruction that U.N. weapons inspectors failed to find.
The 20 missiles were discovered in a warehouse by troops making a sweep near Baghdad, said a National Public Radio reporter traveling with the soldiers.
The medium-range BM-21 missiles - which travel 15 miles - were equipped with sarin and mustard gas and were "ready to fire," U.S. officials said, according to NPR.
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