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Iraqi Trailers Said to Make Hydrogen, Not Biological Arms

Engineering experts from the Defense Intelligence Agency have come to believe that the most likely use for two mysterious trailers found in Iraq was to produce hydrogen for weather balloons rather than to make biological weapons, government officials say. The classified findings by a majority of the engineering experts differ from the view put forward in a white paper made public on May 28 by the C.I.A. and the Defense Intelligence Agency, which said that the trailers were for making biological weapons. That report had dismissed as a “cover story” claims by senior Iraqi scientists that the trailers were used to make hydrogen for the weather balloons that were then used in artillery practice. Full Story

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