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I Found Saddam Hussein’s WMDs

by | 21st, April 2007

THE story of how one man found Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction is worthy of front-page news. If it’s true .

But it’s not even front-page news in The Spectator, which carries the article: “I found Saddam’s WMD bunkers.”

But they didn’t exist. It was all bunkum – 45-minutes and all that. Right?

Writes Melanie Phillips: “Dave Gaubatz, however, says that you could not be more wrong. Saddam’s WMD did exist. He should know, because he found the sites where he is certain they were stored. And the reason you don’t know about this is that the American administration failed to act on his information, ‘lost’ his classified reports and is now doing everything it can to prevent disclosure of the terrible fact that, through its own incompetence, it allowed Saddam’s WMD to end up in the hands of the very terrorist states against whom it is so controversially at war.”

“‘The problem was that the ISG were concentrating their efforts in looking for WMD in northern Iraq and this was in the south,’” says Mr Gaubatz. ‘They were just swept up by reports of WMD in so many different locations. But we told them that if they didn’t excavate these sites, others would.”

Others did:

“That, he says, is precisely what happened. He subsequently learnt from Iraqi, CIA and British intelligence that the WMD buried in the four sites were excavated by Iraqis and Syrians, with help from the Russians, and moved to Syria. The location in Syria of this material, he says, is also known to these intelligence agencies. The worst-case scenario has now come about. Saddam’s nuclear, biological and chemical material is in the hands of a rogue terrorist state — and one with close links to Iran.”


Is it time to drop bombs Syria and Iran’s bombs – before it is too late?

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