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Profile: Gary Milhollin

 
  

Positions that Gary Milhollin has held:

  • Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin Law School
  • Director, Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control


 

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Gary Milhollin actively participated in the following events:

 
  

October 4, 2001      Events Leading to Iraq Invasion

       Gary Milhollin of the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control testifies in Congress before the Subcommittee on the Middle East and the South Asia Committee on International Relations that Iraq “is still committed to developing weapons of mass destruction.” He states: “Iraq has become self-sufficient in biological weaponry; it possesses the strains, growth media and infrastructure necessary to build a biological arsenal. Iraq also retains stocks of chemical agent from the period of the Gulf War and is known to have all the elements of a workable nuclear weapon except the fissile material needed to fuel it. Iraq's authorized program for developing short-range missiles will also enable the building of longer-range missiles, and Iraq is showing an interest in cruise missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles, apparently to deliver chemical or biological payloads.” [US House of Representatives, 10/4/01; United Press International, 1/17/02]
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