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February 03, 2003
SEEMS TOO NEAT
This story from the Australian Herald Sun says Saddam Hussein's chief bodyguard "The Gatekeeper" has fled with solid paper trail evidence of Iraq's nuclear and chemical weapons program.
That includes recent missiles shipped from North Korea. All this seems way too neat. Is this part of the American Disinformation Department - or whatever it's called? (The Office of Strategic Influence was what it used to be called.
If it's true, it will be enough to send us into war. I only say "if", because I haven't seen it reported anywhere else, on blogs or papers. Well, I found a link on one blog, but again i don't know which one. No, I remembered, link was over at Heretical Ideas blog.
Also, the story does not have a byline, which seems odd, to say the least. And, of course, I suspected it but just found out it's true - The Herald Sun is owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation
No byline? Murdoch? Too neat. Just saying.
UPDATE 11:36 The only other link on Google News to this story is at Worldnetdaily, published today, which sites the Herald Sun story. The Sun story was originally published Feb. 1.