god help us if they're not found

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    Former United Nations chief weapons inspector, Richard Butler, says there is no doubt that Iraq still has weapons of mass destruction.

    Mr Butler says when he and his team were thrown out of Iraq by Saddam Hussein four years ago, he told the Security Council that missiles, chemical and biological weapons were still unaccounted for.

    He says his successor, Hans Blix, last month gave the Security Council a near identical report.

    "[There is] no question that there are unaccounted for weapons in Iraq, but if they're not found, if the Iraqis have successfully hidden them or destroyed them, then I would predict there would be an enormous political problem," he said.

    "This is the fundamental rationale that was given for going into Iraq in the first place. God help us if they're not found."
 
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