Sunday, October 30, 2005

New York Times:
Iraq Had 500 Tons Of Yellow Cake Uranium

It's the middle of the night here, and I was just kind of trolling the bowels of various blog comments sections and look what I found in the New York Times, circa May 22, 2004:

THE STRUGGLE FOR IRAQ: NUCLEAR MATERIALS; U.S. Announces It Intends to Move Tons of Uranium From Sealed Baghdad Repository By JAMES GLANZ (NYT) 1028 words Late Edition -
Final , Section A , Page 10 , Column 1 ABSTRACT -

US informs International Atomic Energy Agency that it intends to move hundreds of tons of uranium from repository in Tuwaitha to more secure place outside Iraq; Western diplomat says agency has taken position that uranium is Iraqi property and that it cannot give permission to remove it (M)

You have to pay actual currency to go any further, and I would never do anything that would help enrich the anti-American regime at the New York Times, so you'll just have to go with that. But, that's enough, isn't it?

Iraq had 500 tons of yellow-cake uranium.

Like they say, "Bush lied, people died."