One of Saddam's top generals, General Georges Sada, wrote a book entitled "Saddam's Secrets: How an Iraqi General Defied and Survived Saddam Hussein".<quoted text>That's a lie Carol, on someones part. Syria is/was a longtime ally to Saddam's bitter enemy Iran.
Whatever___you're welcome to name the general and scientist, I'm sure you have that info handy, it should at least be good for a few laughs.
He has also been interviewed numerous times. He said Saddam sent WMDs to Syria.
The Iraqi scientist was interviewed on Al-Fayhaa TV (Iraq).
There's also the CIA website.
Statement on the Interim Progress Report on the Activities of the Iraq Survey Group
Statement by David Kay on the Interim Progress Report on the Activities of the Iraq Survey Group (ISG) Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, the House Committee on Sppropriations, Subcommittee on Defense, and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
"Saddam, at least as judged by those scientists and other insiders who worked in his military-industrial programs, had not given up his aspirations and intentions to continue to acquire weapons of mass destruction. Even those senior officials we have interviewed who claim no direct knowledge of any on-going prohibited activities readily acknowledge that Saddam intended to resume these programs whenever the external restrictions were removed. Several of these officials acknowledge receiving inquiries since 2000 from Saddam or his sons about how long it would take to either restart CW production or make available chemical weapons."