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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Evidence of Saddam's Plan to Manufacture Precursors for Sarin and Tabun

JVeritas over at FReeperville is still translating those documents from Iraq. He posted about his latest translation here. Given the announcement by Sen. Santorum last week and the previous document translations, it is getting more difficult for the Libs to continue their "no wmd's in Iraq" meme. Here's some of JVeritas' info...

Document dated January 2002 contain memos that talk about finalized research and the plans to locally produce Chemical Materials that can be used as Precursors for Chemical Weapons and that are prohibited by the United Nations for Iraq to produce locally. These materials were allowed to be imported under strict UN regulation because it can be used for other civilian industries and that Iraq should have declared exactly the imported quantities of these materials and where it is used and the balance in bi-yearly report to the UN. However Iraq was absolutely prohibited from manufacturing it locally because it will not be controlled by the UN and thus it can be used to produce Chemical Weapons.

Some of the Chemical Weapons Prohibited Precursors include DICYLOHEXYLDIACARBODIIMIDE which can be used as a Precursor to make SARIN Nerve Gas. SODIUM CYANIDE AND POTASSIUM CYANIDE can be used as a Precursor to make TABUN Nerve Gas. These materials fall under the List A of the United Nation Monitored Iraq Import/Export Goods, see page 9 (A.36, A.37) and page 11 (A.50) , but again these materials were absolutely prohibited to be locally produced in Iraq whereas it is very clear from these memo that the Iraqi were set to produce these Chemical Precursors locally. The Sodium Cyanide and Potassium Cyanide were listed under “Drug research” programs to make it less suspicious.

The evidence is mounting day by day. But don't expect the enemedia to report any of this. It doesn't fit their "Bush Lied - People Died" agenda. You can read the full translation here.

Thank you JVeritas! You ROCK!

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