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Officials deny knowledge of new weapon

At least three senior defense officials in the last two weeks have denied any knowledge of the rumored, so-called “E-bomb” — a device that is reported to deliver a powerful electronic pulse that could fry the circuits of enemy weaponry and computers without directly harming humans. The latest denial came from U.S. Central Command Chief Gen. Tommy Franks, who would head a possible war with Iraq where various news reports suggests the weapon could make its debut. “I can’t talk to you about that because I don’t know anything about it,” Franks said. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. John Jumper told reporters in February he knew nothing about the device. Another senior official said Wednesday that he could offer no details as he had none. Full Story

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