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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 27, 2002 - 7

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trafficking
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) - Rear A
Rodrigo Quinones, Colombia's mili
attache to Israel, resigned yesterday after
officials abcused him of drug trafficking
defense minister said.
Quinones is the highest-ranking mil
official in recent memory to be implicat
drug trafficking in Colombia, which prod
most of the world's cocaine and most o
heroin used in the United States. Quin
has also been accused of failing to pr
villagers who were massacred in nort
Colombia last year by right-wing paramil
LABS
Continued from Page 1
The incident has prompted the Univer
Occupational Safety and Environmental H
Department to further review lab safety ands
rity procedures.
Currently, labs around the University d
follow one standard security procedure, O
Director Terrance Alexander said. Instead, se
ty changes according to how hazardous the
stance is, as well as different units within
University employ different practices.
Alexander said he is working to revise
guidelines so that one standard is empli
throughout the entire University, though he a
that different units would still be able to de
from that standard.
"As far as individual unit security, it's u
them," he said. "We are working on a guid
that will provide common sense measures
other units can follow across campus. Onc
basic measures 'are in place, then each unit
take it and build upon it."
He added that since none of the substa
given to Lexington are rare or hazardous, the}
not under the same type of security as o

titsamiddrugINVENTION
Continued from Page 1
how to spend the $20,000 MagMOON
brought him.
alle g O n s "I'll spend a certain portion, 10 percent,
on improving my life - going on trips,
buying a better computer or bike," he said.
Adm. gunmen, when Quinones was stationed in the "I also want to keep 80 to 90 percent in the
tary region. bank in case I want to pursue commercial-

ization or if I need to file for a full patent."
During his time at the University, chem-
istry Prof. Raoul Kopelman supervised
Anker's project.
"I'm extremely proud. It's the best thing
when your students get the best," Kopel-
man said. "There's an old quote from a
wise Jewish rabbi - 'I learned a lot from
my teachers, a lot from my colleagues and
most of all from my students."'

The Collegiate Inventors Competition
was introduced as a component of the
National Inventors Hall in 1990. More
than 200 entries were received for this
year before 16 finalists were selected.
Other winners include Saul Griffith from
theMassachusetts Institute of Technology,
Yu Huang from Harvard University and
Zachary Knight from the University of
California at San Francisco.

U.S. The State Department last week announced
, the it had revoked Quinones' U.S. visa because of
his alleged involvement in drug trafficking.
itary "The resignation was accepted by the
ed in national government taking into account the
uces need to preserve our military institutions and
f the assure the country ... that the members of the
ones security forces are above any stain," Defense
otect Minister Martha Lucia Ramirez told a news
hern conference. She did not directly refer to the
itary drug allegations.
chemicals, such as radioisotopes, which require
specific authorization and identification in order
to obtain them.
sity's Even when combined with each other, "the
ealth three things that he did receive are not explo-
secu- sives," Alexander said.
Magnesium sulfate is commonly referred to as
o not Epsom salts, which are commonly used to relax
SEH muscles. Zinc sulfate is a colorless and transparent
curi- water soluble substance commonly used in fertiliz-
sub- ers, leather preservatives and agricultural sprays
n the and as a medicine that constricts body tissues.
There are several kinds of bisulfite substances,
e the including ammonium bisulfite and sodium bisul-
oyed fite. Most bisulfites are used as food preserva-
dded tives, Alexander said.
viate Ammonium nitrate is also primarily used as a
fertilizer, but according to the United States Envi-
up to ronmental Protection Agency, can be used as an
eline explosive when mixed with other chemicals
that under certain conditions. The EPA produced a
e the chemical safety alert for the substance in 1997.
I can Potassium permanganate is commonly used as
a disinfectant.
nces Lexington is currently being held on a $50,000
y are bond, Brown said. His preliminary hearing is
other scheduled for Dec. 4.

WEAPONS
Continued from Page 1
Saddam Hussein will have to figure out
exactly what zero tolerance means."
The monitors are back after a four-year
break under a new mandate from the U.N.
Security Council to test the Baghdad govern-
ment's contention that it has no arsenals of
weapons of mass destruction, or programs to
build them.
Earlier teams of U.N. experts, in seven
years' work ending in 1998, destroyed large
amounts of chemical and biological arma-
ments and longer-range missiles forbidden to
Iraq by U.N. resolutions after the Gulf War, in
which an.Iraqi invasion force was driven from
Kuwait. The inspectors also dismantled Iraq's
nuclear weapons program before it could
build a bomb.
Chief U.N. inspector Hans Blix says, how-
ever, it's "an open question" whether the
Iraqis retained some weapons - especially
chemical. British and U.S. leaders say they're
sure Iraq has such arms, and suspect it also is
rebuilding production programs.
A working group of 17 inspectors land-
ed in Baghdad on Monday, the first contin-
gent of some 100 who will be operating in
Iraq at any one time by year's end. More
than 300 experts are available on the ros-
ters of the two U.N. inspecting agencies -
the Vienna-based International Atomic
Energy Agency, 'or IAEA, and Blix's New
York-based U.N. Monitoring, Verification
and Inspection Commission, or
UNMOVIC.
The two local operational chiefs met with

reporters in Baghdad yesterday, and said they
have clear - if secret - game plans for the
months ahead.
"We are fully conscious of the responsi-
bility we have on our shoulders," said
Jacques Baute of the nuclear watchdog
agency.
Demetrius Perricos, the UNMOVIC team
leader, was asked whether the arms monitors
will look for suspected truck-borne biological
weapons laboratories. A recent U.S. intelli-
gence report said an Iraqi document indicated
Baghdad "was interested in developing
mobile fermentation units" for biological
weapons.
This is "not something we find incredible,"
Perricos said.
"We have some plans," he said. He noted
inspectors have the right to stop suspect vehi-
cles on Iraqi roads, but he wouldn't discuss
the plans further.
As for possible buried storage or produc-
tion sites, "we have a strategy for under-
ground facilities" using ground-penetrating
radar, Perricos said.
Building a nuclear bomb requires a huge
infrastructure, and the IAEA inspectors of the
1990s were able to find and destroy that Iraqi
technology. Now, said agency spokeswoman
Melissa Fleming, "we'll be looking for signs
of renewed nuclear activity in any way, shape
or form."
The U.N. inspectors are to report to the
Security Council by late January on their ini-
tial round of inspections, including whether
the Iraqis have been fully cooperative.
The council has warned of "serious conse-
quences" for Iraq if the Baghdad government

is found in major violation of the U.N. disar-
mament demands. Bush has threatened mili-
tary action against Iraq in that case, with or
without U.N. sanction.
Iraq must submit a declaration by Dec. 8
detailing any such weapons programs, as well
as nuclear, chemical or biological programs it
claims have peaceful purposes. The Iraqis
complain that this is too sweeping, encom-
passing even plastic slippers, produced by its
petrochemical industry.
If the inspectors eventually certify that
Iraq has cooperated fully with their disar-
mament work, U.N. resolutions provide for
the lifting of international economic sanc-
tions imposed on Iraq after it invaded
Kuwait in 1990.
The inspections were suspended in 1998
amid disputes over U.N. access to Iraqi sites
and Iraqi complaints of American spying via
the U.N. operation.
The U.N. teams say they now are interested
in up to 900 Iraqi sites. They're expected to
focus first on sites surveyed in the 1990s, to
check on cameras and other equipment left
behind to monitor activity. Later, they're
expected to branch out to new sites - for
example, suspected storage places for chemi-
cal weapons U.S. intelligence alleges are still
held by Iraq.
On the eve of the first inspection, Iraq's
official news agency reported that Iraqi air
defense batteries fired yesterday at Ameri-
can and British warplanes that carried
dozens of sorties in the northern and south-
ern "no-fly zones," which were established
to protect Kurds and Shiite Muslims from
Iraqi forces.

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