HomeWar On TerrorDid Rummy Spill the Beans? Did Rummy Spill the Beans? Paul July 1, 2004 War On Terror 10 Comments Drudge has an interesting link. …Now what Lies, Damn Lies, And Statistics Newsweek: Moore A Lying Sack Of Shit Related Posts THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR (PART I) I Question The Timing, Part II New York subway threat a hoax About The Author Paul 10 Comments Dodd July 1, 2004 This isn’t previously undisclosed information, it just didn’t get any media attention. Unless this is a wholly different find, I am fairly certain I heard either Michael Medved or Hugh Hewitt discussing this late last week. Paul July 1, 2004 That’s why I bolded “discovery that just occurred within the last period of days.” I dunno, I did a google news and only found one story and that was basically the same as my post, it was just mentioning the interview. I’m pretty sure this is new but with the lack of media on things like this it may not be. I looked around (admittedly quickly) and it seemed new to me. Links anyone? Christopher Cross July 1, 2004 Rummy could be referring to Charles Dulfeur’s (sp?) interview on FOX where he stated his teams had discovered about a dozen chemical-laden artillery shells. Might the ISG count the Polish troops’ discovery in its totals? Perhaps. But that’s one possibility… King of Fools July 1, 2004 I do remember when the Sarin incident occurred, it mentioned that there were a dozen such rounds discovered…at least I think I remember that. kelley July 1, 2004 boortz mentioned this on his radio show Mon or Tues, but i could not find any information on the net to substantiate or even corroborate these claims up ’till now. You’re the firt blogger i’ve seen mention it. pardon the lack of caps. broken arm. Paul July 1, 2004 The rest of us only use our fingers for the caps keys but OK…. 😉 Sharp as a Marble July 1, 2004 *But it’s only a SMALL stockpile!* Expect to hear that in the next few days. Christopher Cross July 1, 2004 As someone once said: “Nevermind” eclipsegurl July 2, 2004 I did hear the report on Fox New this morning that these weapons did exist. Here is the address referring to the jets found in the desert last summer. http://www.snopes.com/photos/military/sandplanes.asp Dodd July 2, 2004 Reading the news reports the last day and a half suggests that this is indeed a new find. I’m still not sure if the one Medved/Hewitt was referring to, or if that was some other we heard almost nothing about.