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The evidence against Saddam Hussein
The evidence that Saddam Hussein has an aggressive weapons program can be found in the reports made by United Nations arms inspectors and by Iraq itself. So say the experts who have examined Iraq’s recent 12,000-page declaration to the UN. They point, for example, to supplies of anthrax and biological toxins that are unaccounted for. They observe that Iraq admits manufacturing missile fuel but omits mentioning how it is being used. They note Iraq’s silence about its disposal of weapons material discovered years ago by U.S. intelligence. These details add up to clear evidence of Saddam’s dangerous intentions and his brazen attempt to hide them—at least they do for the defense experts.

 

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