The UnAustralian

Saturday, January 24, 2004
Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq

Mr Wilkie today said Iraq did not pose a security threat to any country, its military was weak and its weapons of mass destruction program disjointed and contained.

-- Sydney Morning Herald 12/3/2003

"I don't think they existed. I think there were stockpiles at the end of the first Gulf War and those were a combination of U.N. inspectors and unilateral Iraqi action got rid of them. I think the best evidence is that they did not resume large-scale production, and that's what we're really talking about, is large stockpiles, not the small. Large stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons in the period after '95."

-- Reuters quoting David Kay 23/1/2004
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