Friday, March 4, 2011
The emerging Libyan civil war is significant not just for its bloodshed and instability. Libya has somewhere between 9.5 tons and 14 tons of mustard gas, according to intelligence sources cited by the Wall Street Journal. As Gadhafi's regime focuses on holding on to power and as the Libyan military splinters, it's not difficult to imagine those stockpiles falling into the hands of America's enemies.
Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:25 PM