Thursday, February 09, 2006

More Evidence of WMD in Iraq

Latest update: The New York Sun reported on February 8, 2006 that a former Pentagon investigator discovered four sealed underground bunkers in southern Iraq. Local Iraqis, including elements of the local police, military and private leadership, led him to these bunkers, which they claimed were filled with chemical weapons. Members of the Iraqi Survey Group (ISG), the Pentagon group tasked with finding WMD in Iraq, refused to explore these bunkers, saying they didn’t have the equipment and that it was too dangerous. The highly decorated investigator states: “Before we can say there is no WMD in Iraq, we must first look. I have no doubts WMD was and is still in Iraq.”