Document ISGP-2003-0001498 ISGP-2003-0001498 contains a 9 pages TOP SECRET memo (pages 87-96 in the pdf document) dated March 16 2003 that talks about transferring “SPECIAL AMMUNITION” from one ammunition depot in Najaf to other ammunition depots near Baghdad. As we know by now the term SPECIAL AMMUNITION was used by Saddam Regime to designate CHEMICAL WEAPONS as another translated document has already shown. For example in document CMPC 2004-002219 where Saddam regime decided to use “CHEMICAL WEAPONS against the Kurds” they used the term “SPECIAL AMMUNITION” for chemical weapon http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1601810/posts. What is also interesting is that these “SPECIAL AMMUNITION” were listed as 122 mm, 130 mm, and 155 mm caliber shells which are not by itself SPECIAL unless it contain CHEMICAL WEAPONS. In fact the Iraqi have always used 122 mm, 130 mm, and 155 mm caliber shell as a main delivery tool for Chemical Weapons Agents by filling these type of shells with Nerve Gas, Sarin, Racin, Mustard gas and other Chemical Agents.
Beginning of partial translation of Pages 85-96 in document ISGP-2003-0001498
In the Name of God the Merciful The Compassionate
Ministry Of Defense
Chairmanship of the Army Staff
Al Mira Department
Date 16 March 2003
To: The Command of the Western Region
Subject: Transfer of Ammunitions
The secret and immediate letter of the Chairmanship of the Army Staff 4/17/308 on 10 March 2003
1. The approval of the Army Chief of Staff was obtained to transfer THE SPECIAL AMMUNITIONS in the ammunition depots group of Najaf and according to the following priorities:
A. The first priority
First. Ammunition (122 mm)
Second. Ammunition (130 mm)
Third. Ammunition (155 mm)
To the depots and storage of the Second Corp and the two ammunition depot groups Dijla/2/3
B. Second priority.
First. Ammunition (23 mm)
Second. Ammunition (14.5 mm)
To the ammunition depots of the air defense and distributed to the ammunition depot groups in (Al Mussayeb- Al Sobra- Saad).
2. To execute the order of the Chief Army Staff indicated in section (1) above, we relate the following:
Transfer of the ammunitions shown in sections (A) and (B) from the ammunitions depots of Najaf to the ammunition depots in (Dijla 2/3, and Al Mansor, and Saad, and Al Mussayeb, and Sobra and Blad Roz and Amar Weys from March 16 till April 14 2003.
General Rasheed Abdallah Sultan
Assistant to the Army Chief of Staff- Al Mira
End of Partial translation
The remaining pages of this 9 pages top secret memo talk about getting the special vehicles to transfer the SPECIAL AMMUNITION and the people assigned to supervise and execute the transfer and they were top Iraqi Army and Military Intelligence officers.
This guy is doing translations of the recently released Iraqi Documents from the Saddam regeim. Interesting reading.
If this is Top Secret, why is this guy posting it on the Internet?
The "Top Secret" designation was from the Iraqi government.
OK, just wondering.
Does no one remember the 15 155mm shells the Polish Special Forces found in Iraq in 2004? Or the single 155mm shell that was used as a IED that injured an American?
This threat is still very real and only not being hiding by the Syrian government.
What? No. But CNN told me there's no weapons of mass destruction. Bush lied, remember.
Please report to the re-education camps immediately, where you will be given a heavy dose of the "truth"
Another revelation from last week (which curiously, also didn't make the nightly news ):
Latest Translation of Saddam Transcripts: Carry Out Suicide Attacks on U.S.
Our administration should be hawking this info over every major news outlet, but they aren't. I will never understand why we don't. We are not nearly aggressive enough in publishing this sort of information, and cede the public airwaves to the left wingers.
Conventional wisdom is "Bush Lied". No amount of evidence of the movement of WMD's to desert burial sites, Syria via passenger jets, etc. will matter. We went to war because W is in a murderous rage and wants to kill, for fun. These documents will be talked about on the internet and then fade into oblivian.