Skip to comments.DRUDGE: Russia tied to Iraq´s missing arms; Pentagon: Weaponry relocated before war
Posted on 10/27/2004 7:11:06 PM PDT by The G Man
Nothing further. Freaking Russians ...
NY Crimes is spinning and backtracking bigtime tomorrow. Trying to change the subject now that they've been exposed.
NY Times: Iraqis Tell of Looting at Munitions Site
It wouldn't surprise me if Putin didn't sanction this. Probably Russian freelancers operating on their own for big payoffs.
This is starting to look like one of those Karl Rove operations...
And if russia moved these, what else did they move... eh???
WMD for 1000, alex...???
SURPRISE!!Well this should make the MSM take notice!
yeah, looters. maybe they were looking for some vodka the Russians left behind.
You beat me to it!
My wife suggests that this may be why our precious President has refused to get deeply into the fray. He is president, he can't go off half-cocked. He is not going to publicly criticize Putin and Russia without good cause (meaning only if he is prepared to do something about it!).
Kerry doesn't give a 'Rats rear end for the troops or our country. He cares about John Kerry - and has wanted to President since he was a child (last week).
Our own October surprise? Mahahahahahahah!
I'd like to know, how would we know this now and not back then?
Flashback: Russian convoy fired on in Iraq
Will the MSM report this?
"Massive hugh and series!!"
You beat me to it, but I'll say it too:
This is HUGH and SERIES!!
What the hell are the Russians trying to do? Restart the cold war? Because if they did this, now I do think the WMD's were there - and in Syria. If this pans out...
i remember that - we thought they were getting Saddam out at the time.
The controversy over Iraqs missing explosives intensified on Wednesday as the Bush administration rejected charges of incompetence and a senior Pentagon official claimed the munitions may have been removed by Russians before the US-led invasion.... Breaking his silence over an issue that has dominated headlines since Monday, President George W. Bush accused John Kerry, his Democratic challenger, of making wild charges over the 350 tonnes of explosives and weapons.
I'd agree, how close is Russia with their arms dealers? Couldn't this gone unnnoticed by the main government?
I wonder if they provided them or gave a place to store them?