The Washington Times reported Thursday that the U.S. Government, in +quot;gassing+quot; th
The Washington Times reported Thursday that the U.S. Government, in
"gassing" the Branch Davidian compound at Waco, Texas, used a nerve
agent (CS "Tear Gas") on children that is banned by international
law for use in warfare.
The CS tear agent, or O-chlorobenzalmalononitrite, is a white crystaline
powder that causes involuntary closure of eyes, burning of the skin,
respiratory problems and vomiting, which anyone who knows how this
chemical works would be aware that use in an enclosed area would make
leaving the area difficult due to the trauma it would cause.
It would have been illegal for the U.S. Government to use this
product on Iraqui troops, but apparently it's okay to spray it on
6-year-old children of this country who could not even have gas
masks because they are not made in the sizes that fit children, and
because this type of tear gas is normally used for crowd control and is
designed to be hard to resist with a gas mask.
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