Skip to comments.Suppressed Iraq WMD evidence released on YOU TUBE
Posted on 10/24/2008 9:27:50 PM PDT by zibbix
Slide show of items found at Al-Tuwaitha nuclear research facility in the fall of 2003.
In the fall of 2003 the US State Department along with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency undertook a mission to do cleanup at the Iraqi nuclear lab Al-Tuwaitha.
This lab was subject to UN inspections however the UN teams were not able to fully inspect the site during the Saddam regime. This lab was one of the places from which Saddam's men were video recorded by satellite moving WMD material to Syria.
The slide show shows what Saddam's men left behind in their haste to evacuate Al-Tuwaitha ahead of the coalition army forces and the subsequent looting by Iraqi citizens.
In the GSA report to congress link GAO 05-672 http://www.gao.gov/htext/d05672.html Much was omitted about the true nature of what was found at Al-Tuwaitha. Omitted in the report was the finding of old chemical weapons, discarded fire extinguishers that were used as chemical weapons delivery mechanisms, and highly radioactive materials in boxes with German markings.
Other interesting items omitted in the GAO report to congress is the fact that the Iraqi personnel burned out their offices before leaving. The finding of a machine shop with items that appear to be the shape of uranium bomb cores, and underground intact bunkers. The Valerie Plame/Joe Wilson associated (supposedly) non existent barrels of Nigerian yellowcake uranium were also located.
Other items shown are 2 scud missiles found at the Baghdad airport and a used Iraqi chemical protective suit found in the tunnels under the Baghdad airport complex.
The team shown in the photos was hired by the DTRA to do the hazmat cleanup process. The contractor was Raytheon Tech Services. This is the same contractor that was used by the USGOV to assist the Russians with nuclear hazmat cleanup after the end of the cold war.
Ever hear of a commercial NDA, which is voided upon termination of the contract?
I just looked at both of my NDAs. I signed the standard one and one specific to contracting and procurement information since I am a Procurement Officer.
There is nothing on either one that gives any indication of the NDA "expiring" upon completion of my contract.
That being said, it is also irresponsible for anyone to be trumpeting information about WMD right now. That has the potential to put a lot of Americans in danger. It really shouldn't be that hard to comprehend.
You've got a good nose, Sarge. :)
DMS in the same weapons bunker with pressurized chlorine, mixing equipment and mortar equipment?
Hey, why not?
The real villains in this episode are Senate Democrats, who knew the military reasons why WMD information was downplayed or denied but chose to take political advantage of it anyway. Not a one of them should ever be trusted with national security secrets in the future...much less trusting two of them with the keys to the White House.
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