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He dreamed up tales of secret Iraqi chemical weapons plants and factory trucks loaded with anthrax.
The number of marmoset and macaque monkeys given nerve agents at the chemical weapons plant at Porton Down, Wilts, to test new vaccines went up from 55 in 2008 to 149 last year.
From 1993 to 2001, Bill Clinton ordered sanctions against Sudan as a state sponsor of terror and launched an air strike on what he said was a chemical weapons plant in Khartoum in 1998.
Then it emerged that Falluja 2, the factory identified by the US as Saddam's chemical weapons plant, was built by the British in 1985 behind the backs of the American government.
A South Korea defense white paper pointed out that North Korea has eight chemical weapons plants and possesses 2,500 to 5,000 tons of such weapons, and is also capable of producing biological weapons.
It is difficult as well to keep track of companies engaged in commercial transactions that aid and abet the spread of weaponry, like the German corporations that secretly assisted in the Iraqi weapons buildup and the construction of the large chemical weapons plant at Rabta in Libya.
If we give ourselves the right to bomb towns, cities, terrorist headquarters or chemical weapons plants killing innocent, or not-very-guilty, people, then we surely have a greater right to take out the top man himself.
Another reckless aspect of the missile attack was the targeting of the Sudanese pharmaceutical company, which looks less and less like a chemical weapons plant every day.