More on the Iraq inspections:

More on the Iraq inspections: the Washington Times reports that many of the Iraqi scientists whom the inspectors want to interview have “been spirited abroad or switched to innocuous posts and their places taken by unknown technicians….Some key workers have been sent abroad to sympathetic countries, including Libya, Sudan and Syria, and told to remain there while inspections continue. Their families are being kept in Iraq to ensure that they do not defect.” Let’s hope they drop the curtain on this charade soon.


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