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On Wednesday February 05 2003 US Secretary of State Colin Powell presented evidence against Iraq conserving Recorded conversations satellite images also drawings and diagrams said to illustrate Iraq mobile biological labs One intercept Powell talked about was between a colonel and brigadier general of Iraqs elite Republican Guard This recording discuss hiding a vehicle before UN inspectors arrived to search a site Powell said it indicated the Iraq officials knew inspectors were coming and what they would be looking for In the US translation one official is heard to say We have this modified vehicle What do we say if one of them sees it The other official says Ill come to see you in the morning Im worried You all have something left The other official then says We evacuated everything We dont have anything left Powell called the recordings part and parcel of a policy of evasion and deception that goes back 12 years Powell also showed satellite photos that indicated the presence of active chemical munitions bunkers that had been disguised Those were followed with photos he said illustrated the facilities had been sanitized before UN inspectors arrived Al-Saadi said inspectors had the same satellite imagery and performed tests to detect evidence of weapons and found nothing Iraq President Saddam Hussein is hiding mobile biological weapons laboratories from inspectors in violation of Security Council Which hopes to convince a world audience next week of the existence of the secret facilities as proof of Iraqs obstinacy In conclusion the United States of America is in pursuit of war Colin Powell is irritated with Sadism Husseins and his regime do all they possible can to ensure that the inspectors succeed in finding absolutely nothing There is not much time before this hits home
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