Sunday, October 31, 2004

VIENNA, Austria (AP) - Human Rights Watch said Saturday it alerted the U.S. military to a cache of hundreds of warheads containing high explosives in Iraq in May 2003, but that officials seemed uninterested and still hadn't secured the site 10 days later.

The disclosure, made by a senior leader of the New York-based group, raised new questions about the willingness or ability of U.S.-led forces to secure known stashes of dangerous weapons in Iraq.

As Bush/Cheney have been pounding home, (with these guys in charge) be afraid, be VERY afraid.

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