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Iraqi weapons material may have been moved to Syria: Pentagon official

The director of a Pentagon agency that analyzes imagery from satellites and spy planes said Iraqi leaders may have moved weapons of mass destruction “material” into neighboring Syria before the war. Retired Lieutenant General James Clapper said senior Iraqi leaders made an intensive effort to bury, hide and disperse equipment, documents and other material related to their weapons of mass destruction programs in the months before the war, moving some of it out of the country. “I think personally that the senior leadership saw what was coming and I think they went to some extraordinary lengths to dispose of the evidence,” he said, director of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency. “I’ll call it an educated hunch.” Full Story

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