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Sunday, April 24, 2005

Nerve Gas in Fallujah 

I just found this photograph and thought it was worth posting.

During the assault on Fallujah, American forces captured vials of nerve gas.

A photograph of forty tubes labelled "Sarin, Soman, V-Gas" in English, Russian and German can be seen on the USA Today web site. Where did these come from?

The photo can be found here:
http://www.usatoday.com/news/graphics/phantom_fury/flash.htm

The link is to a slide show, and the nerve gas photo is the second in the sequence (just click the little right arrow next to the page number).

[ From Louise at Iraqi Blog Roundup ]
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