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October 27, 2004


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You bloggers are awfully mean the way you won't let the NYT and the rest of the MSM build a dream world which will establish mush-headed liberalism as our guiding light.


Dr. El Baradei leaked a report he knew was, well, wrong. Seems alQQ, according to the IAEA, extends more than the three-miles-on-a-side the world thinks - something on the order of thirty-eight-miles-per-side - and half the stuff (the RDX) wasn't under seal anyway.
?RDX never at alQQ? And never sealed?
IAEA spokeswoman Melissa interview on ABC (Australia) - "IAEA inspectors visited Al-Mahaweel on Jan. 15, 2003, and verified the RDX inventory by weighing sampling," Fleming said. She said the RDX at Al-Mahaweel was not under seal [emphasis added - JSA] but was subject to IAEA monitoring."

"The bulk of the RDX was stored at another site that was under Al Qaqaa's jurisdiction," IAEA spokeswoman Melissa Fleming said.
She says that the report seen by ABC only covers the Al Qaqaa site itself.
The second site, Al Mahaweel, is roughly 45 kilometres from Al Qaqaa.

Well, so much for about 140 of the 372 tons? Or what?

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