Saturday, January 07, 2006

New WMD Evidence?

from WorldNetDaily

WASHINGTON – A former intelligence analyst currently working as a civilian contractor will unveil publicly what he believes to be recordings of Saddam Hussein's office meetings discussing his program of developing weapons of mass destruction at an International Intelligence Summit in the nation's capital next month.

The highly confidential audio was overlooked when it was found in awarehouse along with many other untranslated Iraqi intelligence files, according to the contractor. The recordings are very significant because they may contain audio of Saddam's secret intentions regarding weapons of mass destruction, he says.

Prior to 9/11, intelligence experts were convinced that Iraq was involved with weapons of mass destruction. However, no concrete evidence was found in the three years after the beginning of the Iraqi war.

I've always believed that Saddam was planning on developing or DID develop WMD's ..think about it with all the bullshit UN resolutions, he had all the time in the world to hide them somewhere in that region or in other countries nearby (Syria).

This is huge information it'll be interesting to see what happens once it's released publicly, but ofcourse the MSM won't mention this and the libs will think it's another one of Bush's lies even though half of the libs said themselves in the past that Saddam was a threat and was capable of developing WMD's.

*international intelligence summit

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