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To: jveritas
"The furnaces do not have the seal of the Agency but it was among the equipments of the previous program that were included in the list prepared by the agency."

So the IAEA knew the furnaces were there and the intention of the previous program. Why wouldn't they have a seal? I know absolutely nothing about these furnaces - how big they are or how difficult to transport. Why were they left in Iraq with no seal?

7 posted on 10/24/2006 1:05:19 PM PDT by sageb1 (This is the Final Crusade. There are only 2 sides. Pick one.)
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To: sageb1
These furnaces we mentioned in some IAEA documents as prohibited to be used. May be the Iraqis were not honest about the seal of IAEA or someone may have removed it, I read some other documents where there were complaint by the UN or even by the Iraqi Monitoring Directorate (local Iraqi agency) about the removal of UN inspector seals from equipments.
13 posted on 10/24/2006 1:08:32 PM PDT by jveritas (Support The Commander in Chief in Times of War)
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