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Iraq / Saddam Tape / Weapons Search #727922

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 07, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Unsolved mysteries in postwar Iraq, including a new audiotape purportedly of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and the location of weapons of mass destruction, featured; details given about the discovery of a mobile biological weapons lab; scenes shown. [Middle East analyst Hazhir TEIMOURIAN†- says he believes the taped voice is Saddam’s.] [Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Stephen CAMBONE†- says there is not another plausible use for the lab.] [In February, Secretary of State Colin POWELL – talks about Iraq’s biological weapons program.] [US Army Lt. Gen. William WALLACE†- says the Iraqis hid the weapons so well they couldn’t find them themselves.]

Rather, Dan;
Martin, David

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