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It is shown on a USA Today flash presentation. By the way, Fallujah was known as a place where chemical munitions had been manufactured under Saddam. Al Zawakiri, who occupied part of Iraq before the invasion with his Al Ansar group, experimented in chemical weapons - reportedly with assistance from Saddam's government.

I guess WMDs are no big deal now the election is over?

To view the USA Flash Presentation, which I recommend, Click here.
 

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They look like Draager type tubes. Draager tubes are used to detect different gasses. Those kits are marked "sarin". They are kits used to detect sarin gas. One tube is attached to a small hand pump. After a specified number of pumps you can look at the tube and read the Sarin level in ppm, if any.
 

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Interesting, timkel. Why would insurgents have such equipment in Fallujah?
 

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Everyone and their uncle knew he had WMD 3 times over. This whole exercise of re-writing history to make Saddam some sort of benevolent dictator is disgusting.

Same stuff went on pior to WWII and the facist dictators of the day. It's progress and they are just cutting through the bureacracy of government, blah, blah,.
 
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