HIDDEN KILLERS

THESE ARE THE WEAPONS IRAQ INTENDS TO KEEP AFTER THE INSPECTIONS END

Saddam Hussein seems to have decided he would rather be bombed than inspected. Or the Iraqi dictator may believe he is crafty enough to avoid both those fates. But of the two, U.N. weapons inspections have obviously damaged him much more since the Gulf War than the occasional pinpricks he has absorbed from U.S. cruise missiles. For six years Saddam and his officials have lied, threatened and concealed everything they could to keep the U.N. Special Commission from finding and destroying Iraq's weapons of mass destruction--nuclear, chemical and biological. He still has some of them stashed away, but the inspectors were...

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