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November 21, 2005

Filmmaker says Saddam had WMDs

From WorldNetDaily...

Former real estate broker Brad L. Maaske interviewed dozens of Iraqis in producing his film "Weapon of Mass Destruction: The Murderous Reign of Saddam Hussein." He says it is absurd that prominent Democrats, including a former U.S. president, continue to say the former dictator did not possess WMDs.

"There's interview after interview of people who say they saw truckloads of something going out through Syria and into the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon," he recalls. "And of course we've tried to track that as best we can. The U.S. military can't go into Syria; it can't go into Lebanon. But the question is: Where did those weapons go?"

Maaske says it does not take much to create a weapon of mass destruction.

"There didn't have to be massive stockpiles of chemicals," he explains. "A few 55-gallon drums of a nerve gas could kill a million people if properly dispersed, so it's not that difficult for him to get rid of what he had."

Finally someone points out the obvious.

Posted by Danny Carlton at November 21, 2005 07:56 AM

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Posted by: Jay Adkins at November 21, 2005 06:16 PM

Great find Danny! We need a lot of this. It just amazes me that as Saddam's castles were found empty - you know for a fact everything and anything had time to move while France was playing games!

Posted by: chrys at November 21, 2005 08:23 PM

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