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Profile: Consarc

 
  

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Consarc actively participated in the following events:

 
  

(1981-1993)      US-Iraq 1980s

       US and British companies are among several Western firms that sell Iraq materials that can be used to develop nuclear, chemical, biological, and conventional weapons. [Associated Press, 12/21/02; New York Times 12/21/02b; Sunday Herald, 2/23/03; Washington Post,12/30/02; San Francisco Chronicle, 1/28/2003]
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Biological: American Type Culture Collection, several biological precursor agents for diseases like anthrax, gangrene, and the West Nile virus; Alcolac International, Thiodiglycol, the mustard gas precursor; Al Haddad, 60 tons of a chemical that could be used to make sarin; Dow Chemical, $1.5 million of pesticides (see December 1988). [Washington Post,12/30/02; New York Times 12/21/02b; Die Tageszeitung 10/18/02]
Nuclear: TI Coating; UNISYS; Tektronix; Leybold Vacuum Systems; Finnigan-MAT-US; Hewlett Packard; Dupont; Consarc; Cerberus (LTD) ; Canberra Industries; Axel Electronics Inc. [Memory Hole; Zmag 10/29/02; Die Tageszeitung 10/18/02]
Rocket Program: Honeywell ;TI Coating; UNISYS; Honeywell; Semetex; Sperry Corp.; Tektronix; Hewlett Packard; Eastman Kodak; Electronic Associates; EZ Logic Data Systems, Inc. [Zmag 10/29/02; Die Tageszeitung 10/18/02; Memory Hole]
Conventional weapons: Honeywell; Spektra Physics; TI Coating; UNISYS; Sperry Corp.; Rockwell; Hewlett Packard; Carl Zeis -U.S; Union Carbide. [Zmag 10/29/02; Washington Post,12/30/02; San Francisco Chronicle, 1/28/2003; Die Tageszeitung 10/18/02; Memory Hole]
United Kingdom -
: Nuclear weapons: Euromac Ltd-UK.; C Plath-Nuclear; Endshire Export Marketing; International Computer Systems; MEED International; International Computer Limited; Matrix Churchill Corp.; Ali Ashour Daghir.; Inwako; XYY Options, Inc. [Sunday Herald, 2/23/03]
Chemical weapons: MEED International; International Computer Systems; International Military Services; Sheffield Forgemasters; Technology Development Group; International Signal and Control; Terex Corporation; Walter Somers Ltd. [Sunday Herald, 2/23/03]
Conventional: International Computer Systems; International Computer Limited; TMG Engineering. [Sunday Herald, 2/23/03]
People and organizations involved: Finnigan-MAT-US, Honeywell, Al Haddad, Dow Chemical, Axel Electronics Inc., Alcolac International, Canberra Industries, Hewlett Packard, Dupont, Consarc, Cerberus (LTD), Semetex, Sperry Corp., Inwako, Ali Ashour Daghir, International Computer Limited, MEED International, Matrix Churchill Corp., XYY Options, Inc., International Military Services, Walter Somers Ltd., Terex Corporation, International Signal and Control, Technology Development Group, International Computer Systems, Sheffield Forgemasters, Endshire Export Marketing, C Plath-Nuclear, Euromac Ltd-UK, Electronic Associates, Leybold Vacuum Systems, Eastman Kodak, EZ Logic Data Systems, Inc., Union Carbide, Carl Zeis -U.S, Spektra Physics, Rockwell, Tektronix, American Type Culture Collection, TMG Engineering, TI Coating, UNISYS
          

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