A sticky detail The US keeps repeating the claim that last Friday's Iraq market bombing - which reportedly killed 60 civilians - may well have been the result of an errant Iraqi missle, noting that coalition forces had no targeted missions in the area at the time of the explosion. But the April 1 Guardian reported the recovery of missile fragments bearing the weapon's "cage code," which is the manufacturer's identification code (similar to a serial code you would use to identify a piece of electronics equipment). As the article (web) notes, the cage code can be traced by anyone with access to the web, using the online Business Identification Number Cross-Reference System (web). Enter the reported MFR number of 96214 and the missile's maker is identified as Raytheon, Massachusetts-headquartered defense supplier. How long do you think it " ll be before we read about that discovery in a major newspaper here? A sticky detail The US keeps repeating the claim that last Friday's Iraq market bombing - which reportedly killed 60 civilians - may well have been the result of an errant Iraqi missle, noting that coalition forces had no targeted missions in the area at the time of the explosion. But the April 1 Guardian reported the recovery of missile fragments bearing the weapon's "cage code," which is the manufacturer's identification code (similar to a serial code you would use to identify a piece of electronics equipment).

As the article (web) notes, the cage code can be traced by anyone with access to the web, using the online Business Identification Number Cross-Reference System (web). Enter the reported MFR number of 96214 and the missile's maker is identified as Raytheon, Massachusetts-headquartered defense supplier. How long do you think it " ll be before we read about that discovery in a major newspaper here? A sticky detail The US keeps repeating the claim that last Friday's Iraq market bombing - which reportedly killed 60 civilians - may well have been the result of an errant Iraqi missle, noting that coalition forces had no targeted missions in the area at the time of the explosion. But the April 1 Guardian reported the recovery of missile fragments bearing the weapon's "cage code," which is the manufacturer's identification code (similar to a serial code you would use to identify a piece of electronics equipment). As the article (web) notes, the cage code can be traced by anyone with access to the web, using the online Business Identification Number Cross-Reference System (web). Enter the reported MFR number of 96214 and the missile's maker is identified as Raytheon, Massachusetts-headquartered defense supplier.

How long do you think it " ll be before we read about that discovery in a major newspaper here?