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Warsaw Voice - Shell Shock
Marek Dukaczewski, head of the Military Intelligence Agency (WSI), announced the same day, the chemical weapon warheads found in Iraq were sought by local terrorists, who offered to pay $5,000 for each weapon.
Marek Dukaczewski, former ...
Marek Dukaczewski, former head of the military intelligence service, and officials who prepared reports for the Polish parliament on the alleged existence of CIA prisons in Poland.
The Agonist | thoughtful, global, timely
"We bought all the shells available ... Terrorists are seeking these missiles on the black market, offering a price of around $5,000 per warhead," General Marek Dukaczewski, head of army intelligence, told a news conference.He
said there was no evidence any shells had ended up in militants' hands.
Poland said its soldiers found 17 Grad rockets and two mortar shells in late June and that U.S. experts had carried out tests on the weapons.
"Tests conducted showed that there was cyclosarin in the rocket heads," said Dukaczewski
The WGMD.com Listener Forum :: View topic - Why doesn't the press report finding Chem weapons?
Polish general Marek Dukaczewski, Poland's military intelligence chief, revealed that troops in the Polish-patrolled sector of Iraq had received tips from Iraqis that chemical weapons were sold to terrorists on the black market.
Warsaw Business Journal Online
The head of Military Intelligence (WSI) Marek Dukaczewski who was being questioned in relation to an investigation surrounding Ostrowski Arms which engaged in the international trade of military equipment, disclosed that the company was recommended to the American Nour consortium by a group of former members of the Polish special forces.Feb 20th | Read