Tuesday, October 26, 2004

NBC, Pentagon Dispute Presence of Explosives in Al Qaqaa When U.S. Troops Arrived

From Pentagon responds to missing-explosives report (Rowan Scarborough, Washington Times):
The Pentagon said yesterday that 380 tons of missing explosives from an Iraqi munitions facility may have been moved before U.S. troops overran the area during the invasion to overthrow Saddam Hussein.

...That explanation was bolstered last night by a report from NBC News, which said the weapons already were missing when their embedded reporter arrived at the site on April 10, 2003.

"NBC News was embedded with troops from the Army's 101st Airborne as they [took] over the weapons installation south of Baghdad. But they never found the 380 tons" of missing explosives, the network reported.

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