MOD experts to help Iraqis destroy legacy chemical weapons

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by TheBigUn, Jul 31, 2012.

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  1. Really...?

    I thought the Falluja diaphram chlorine plant was built by the Indians..

    ... and the Iraq Survey Group reported that it was "unlikely that any chlorine had been used for CW"..

    All the mustard precursors seem to have been imported directly.. Mustard isn't that difficult to make, basically a simple nitration process..!

    Care to share your sources?
  2. I know its the Guardian but...

    The strange case of Falluja 2 | Politics | The Guardian

    Although I'm no more inclined to believe the House of Commons...

    House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 17 Mar 2003 (pt 6)

    Tinfoil charcoal lined hat on.
  3. seaweed

    seaweed LE Book Reviewer

    I thought it was 'proved' that Saddam didn't have any chemical weapons?
  4. Does this mean that Tony Blair was right?

    Or are MOD experts destroying nonexistant WMD?
  5. Actually this low-key MoD article appears to be saying that he wasn't.

  6. Nearly any country with some degree of domestic industry could churn out blister agents, we were making it a 100 years ago so it's hardly some breakthrough like becoming a nuclear power.