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Sweep for nonpayment of child support nets six in one morning
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Chris Matthews cites Joe Klein on the source of the chemical thiodiglycol supplied to Iraq during the Iraq / Iran war while Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) praises Congress for passing a resolution. Hardball (aired: 06/19/09). What Matthews briefly touched on is that during the Iran / Iraq war (1980 – 1988), more than 500 tons of thiodiglycol was purchased from Alcolac, a Maryland based company, by Frans van Anraat, a Dutch national, who through a ‘storefront’ operation in New Jersey arranged for 35 shipments of the chemical to Iraq. What Matthews didn’t mention was at the same time van Anraat was supplying Iraq with chemicals, Czech born Peter Walaschek, a German national, shipped 210 tons of thiodiglycol to Iran using the same manufacturer and the same ‘front’ operation in New Jersey. US Customs shut down the operation and issued arrest warrants for Walaschek and van Anraat following the March 16, 1988 gassing and death of 5000 Kurds at Halabja, Iraq, which was blamed on Saddam Hussein. Alcolac was never charged for the sales claiming they had properly sold the chemical to a US company and had no knowledge of what it was going to be used for. Thiodiglycol is a Chemical Weapons Convention schedule 2 chemical used in the production of sulfur-based blister agents such as mustard gas. It is primarily used in processing of leather and manufacturing ball point pens however, the 500 tons shipped by van Anraat would be enough to kill every man, woman and child on the planet. Walaschek

AWOL Medford sailor and Cherry Hill girlfriend arrested in Cleveland
An AWOL sailor and his girlfriend, wanted in a string of South Jersey crimes, were arrested early Wednesday in Cleveland after a month-long hunt, authorities said.
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