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Iraq / Weapons of Mass Destruction / "Mrs. Anthrax" / Marashi Interview #727747

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 05, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The discovery in Iraq of a van that might have been a mobile weapons truck noted.

(Baghdad: Nic Robertson) The capture of Iraqi biologist Huda Ammash††, known as "Mrs. Anthrax," who achieved a senior position in the Baath Party, featured; photos shown. [Former head Dr. Nissa al-HINDAWI†, Dr. Taha SHEBEEB†- say she was in the administrative field & did not work in weapons of mass destruction.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Center for Nonproliferation Studies Ibrahim al-Marashi† about the significance of "Mrs. Anthrax" & whether Iraq has weapons of mass destruction. [From London, MARASHI - says her arrest indicates the pieces of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction are finally coming together; states the discovery of the mobile labs indicate the ability to produce these weapons; notes the world community is looking for a "smoking gun."]

Brown, Aaron;
Robertson, Nic

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