Fifty trucks is a long convoy, tough to miss on satelite images.
Recall that there were reports that reconnaisance (satellite and aerial) detected these convoys.
AH: Here we are: a DEBKA synopsis of their reports of convoy traffic moving WMDs out of Iraq while the UN dithered:
The heavy traffic detected by General Clappers satellites was reported by DEBKA-Net-Weekly on three different dates.
DNW 97, February 14, 2003, a little over a month before the war began, disclosed: In the last two weeks, our military sources discovered that Iraq staged a major removal of its forbidden weapons systems, sending them overland by truck to Lebanon via Syria.
DNW 106, April 25, 2003, 10 days after the capture of Baghdad, reported: Though on the run, he (Saddam) retains control of sufficient stocks of unconventional weapons, intelligence, assets and money to wage war on the United States from bases and hideouts outside Iraq, where some of his WMD systems are also tucked away.
Those systems, of course, had been hidden in Syria.
DNW 107, May 2, the day after President George W. Bush declared major combat in Iraq at an end, pointed to Syria as having secretly disposed of Saddam Husseins weapons of mass destruction by hiding them in three places two in the Lebanese Beqaa and one in Syria. The first site is located in a valley stretching between the Jabal Akroum Mountains and the Lebanese town of al Qabayyat and the Syrian border; the second at a point lying between the Lebanese towns of al Labway and Hirmil between the Orontes River and the Lebanese-Syrian border.
The third site is Syrias underground military industrial facilities near Aleppo, Syrias second largest city.