4,989. 4/23/2003

According to a San Diego Union Tribune article from April 23, 2003: “Between 1991 and 1998, U.N. weapons inspectors methodically destroyed 40,000 chemical munitions, 690 tons of chemical warfare agents, 3,000 tons of precursor chemicals, 48 SCUD missiles, a ‘super gun,’ and biological-warfare-related factories and equipment. This was more weapons than were captured during the whole of the Gulf War.”

 – Karl Rove, Courage and Consequence, Pages 338-339

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