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October 27, 2004

High explosives missing in Iraq

This is depressing. It was clear from long before the war that one of the major dangers of the Iraq war was that whatever weapons Saddam had would fall into the hands of terrorists. Despite the warnings, the coalition has allowed it to happen anyway.

350 metric tons of high explosive. How many suicide bombs will that make? How many booby-trapped roads? How many Lockerbies?

Is anyone going to be held to account for this?

October 27, 2004 in Current Affairs | Permalink

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