On the chemical munitions, Mr. Deulfer, who replaced David Kay as the head of the Iraq Survey Group earlier this year, said that the group has uncovered 10 to 12 bombs filled with blistering mustard gas or the nerve agent sarin.
“We’re not sure how many more are out there that haven’t been found, but we’ve found 10 or 12 sarin and mustard rounds,” he said. “I’m reluctant to judge what that means at this point, but there’s other aspects of the program which we still have to flush out.”
Those who say “there were no WMDs” can’t even hide their heads in the sand, considering there’s the MiG 25 found in the desert.
And don’t forget that UN report, with photos of a ballistic missile site outside Baghdad.
(Prior posts on this subject: June 18, June 5, May 19, May 18, May 17, May 15 links re: nuclear gear found in Europe, the Iraqi Survey Group findings, and weapons found in Syria, and April 27.)