Now in the hands of evil.
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At first glance, I didn’t understand the big stir over the New York Times’ piece about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. We’ve known about this for years, even if some of the details about the exposure of American troops to chemical weapons they discovered across Iraq were not widely disseminated until now. The opening paragraphs of the Times piece provide a tense description of one such encounter:

The soldiers at the blast crater sensed something was wrong.

It was August 2008 near Taji, Iraq. They had just exploded a stack of old Iraqi artillery shells buried beside a murky lake. The blast, part of an effort to destroy munitions that could be used in makeshift bombs, uncovered more shells.