WMD Hunt Ended In December
After two years of unnecessary and fruitless searching for weapons
of mass destruction, the Empire says it will suspend its search.
Emperor George II and Court, prior to the illegal invasion in March 2003,repeated ad nauseum, that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction,
that SaddamHussein was responsible for 9/11, that Saddam Hussein
and Usama bin Laden were working together as "terrorists", that
Saddam Hussein had links to al-Qaeda, and many other lies.
George II says that he is "extremely disappointed"that no weapons of
mass destruction were found, and that the Empire will continue the
search for WMD's. George II still maintains that the weapons of mass destruction were moved out of Iraq, andhidden in Syria and Iran, or
that the WMD's arestill well hidden somewhere in Iraq.
"We have interrogated and tortured so many people", says the Emperor,
"and the information we received proves that there are still caches of WMD buried in Iraq. As time goes by, we will gather new information, and we will find Saddam's chemical, biological, and other weapons of mass destruction".
The Pentagon will continue to oversee the search for WMD's, and field
command has been given to the Marine Corps Brigadier General Joseph McMenamin.
Military, CIA, and other Intelligence translators will continue to sift through millions of pages of printed documents on paper and computer materials that are stored in a warehouse on a U.S. military base in Qatar.
In addition to finding proof of WMD's somewhere in the confiscated materials, the documents will also prove charges of numerous war crimes.
A group of Iraqi scientists are still being held by the U.S. military in relation to weapons ofmass destruction, and human rights violations.
The scientists are being held at an undisclosed location, and have been interrogated extensively. The group of detainees include General Amir Saadi,
"Dr Germ", a biologist, and her husband, Amir Rashid, a former oil minister, and Huda Amash, a biologist, nicknamed "Mrs. Anthrax".
The group of detainees have not been involved with WMD's since 1991, and in spite of "cooperation" with Amerikan investigators, the detainees will
remain in custody because their denials of ongoing weapons programs are lies, and they will be held to face war crimes trials as well.
Sources: Yahoo! News and BBC News.