Sí, jo fa ja anys que n'he llegit coses, d'això.
Sembla que especialistes russos van desmantellar les instal·lacions de WMD iraquianes i van traslladar el material, amb camions, des de l'Iraq a Síria i la Vall del Bekka, al Líban.
Aquest desmantellament i transferència d'armament els van fer abans i durant els mesos de discussions a la ONU sobre si una coalició internacional havia d'atacar a l'Iraq o no. Es va perdre un temps preciós, i ara aquestes armes estan en males mans.
Podeu veure'n més informació aquí:
1) NewsMax: "Russia Moved Iraqi WMD",
""I am absolutely sure that Russian Spetsnatz units moved WMD out of Iraq before the war," stated John Shaw, the former deputy undersecretary for international technology security."
2) Entrevista a l'autor Ryan Mauro a FrontPageMagazine: "Iraqi WMD Mystery Solved",
Glazov [l'entrevistador]: "What exactly is the evidence that Iraq moved its WMD into Syria?"
Mauro: "It has been confirmed across the board that 18-wheelers were seen going into Syria before the war, crossing the border soon after Iraqi intelligence replaced the border guards and cleared nearby areas for their passage. There are also eyewitness reports of the trucks going into Syria, and eyewitness reports of their burial in Lebanon.
"The trucks with the weapons were tracked to three locations in Syria and Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, currently controlled by the Syrians, Iranians and Hezbollah. Sources I've spoken with that have seen satellite photos of the movements confirm that the WMD in Syria are at military bases, while the ones in Lebanon are buried. A fourth site in Syria, the al-Safir WMD and missile site, should also be looked at. From spring to summer 2002, there was a lot of construction here involving the expansion of underground complexes."