Sinister Secrets Secreted

(Washington Times) Arnaud de Borchgrave - A go-anywhere-do-anything inspection regime in Iraq voted by the UN Security Council (assuming no vetoes from France, Russia, or China) could not possibly detect a door-sized opening on the side of a hill, covered with soil, that leads down to huge underground hangars where WMDs are stored. Libya's Moammar Gadhafi has employed thousands of Korean and Filipino workers for the past 20 years, a quarter-mile underground, building a $25 billion project that, when finished, will include huge underground storage areas made of reinforced concrete suitable for anything from storing supplies to hiding WMDs. Gadhafi has never made a secret of his nuclear ambitions.

2002-09-13 00:00:00

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