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Old 05-05-2004, 12:32 AM   #1
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Old 05-05-2004, 12:50 AM   #2
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How much did Iran pay for taking american hostages?
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Old 05-05-2004, 01:57 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by chukzombi
How much did Iran pay for taking american hostages?
You'd have to ask Ollie North all about that.
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Old 05-05-2004, 03:41 AM   #4
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ORIGIN OF THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS

The UN report provides only negative evidence of the origin of the mustard gas sample. The absence in the sample analysed in Sweden and Switzerland of polysulphides and of more than a trace of sulphur indicates that it is not of past US-government manufacture, for all US mustard was made by the Levinstein process from ethylene and mixed sulphur chlorides. That process is also said to have been the one used by the USSR. From similar reasoning, British-made mustard, too, can probably be ruled out, even though substantial stocks were once held at British depots in the Middle East. For more positive evidence other sources of information must be used. Over the years since the mid-1960s quite a lot of information has been published purporting to describe Iraqi chemical weapons, but much of it is contradictory and all of it is of a reliability which SIPRI is in no position to judge. A major caveat must be entered: chemical warfare is such an emotive subject that it lends itself very readily to campaigns of disinformation and black propaganda, campaigns which the politics both of the Gulf War and of the current chemical-weapons negotiations have unquestionably stimulated to no small degree.

http://projects.sipri.se/cbw/researc...heet-1984.html

From the chemical weapon fact sheet produced by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute dealing with the Iraq Iran war.

Thanks for your input though trying to make the US look bad. Apparently no one should listen to a UN report on where the weapons didnt come from but they should bow down and make the UN head of US foreign policy. What a crock of shit.
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