Saddam deceived the UN

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Ray Robison has a newly translated document from the Harmony Database at his site that proves the Iraqi Intelligence Service was importing and even building hidden facilities for prohibited equipment. This establishes an important point. Ray explains:

Some would believe (or at least claim to believe) that Saddam wanted to comply with UN mandates to get the sanctions removed. This document shows without a doubt (unless proven inauthentic) that this is not the case. The IIS demonstrates that not only is it procuring prohibited items but providing secret facilities to hide them from the UN. I also believe that this demonstrates proof that Iraq did hide prohibited items from the UN which were not found. I have seen nothing about these computers in UN reports.

Thomas Lifson   4 25 06

Ray Robison has a newly translated document from the Harmony Database at his site that proves the Iraqi Intelligence Service was importing and even building hidden facilities for prohibited equipment. This establishes an important point. Ray explains:

Some would believe (or at least claim to believe) that Saddam wanted to comply with UN mandates to get the sanctions removed. This document shows without a doubt (unless proven inauthentic) that this is not the case. The IIS demonstrates that not only is it procuring prohibited items but providing secret facilities to hide them from the UN. I also believe that this demonstrates proof that Iraq did hide prohibited items from the UN which were not found. I have seen nothing about these computers in UN reports.

Thomas Lifson   4 25 06