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 environmental biologist Dr. Huda Ammash

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The Iraqi biologist and member of the national leadership of Baath party Huda Ammash was sentenced in absentia to 15 years in prison for embezzling public funds. The sentence was issued by the criminal court dealing with integrity cases. “Ammash exploited her career when she occupied the post of ...

Dr. Huda Ammash, Professor of Molecular Biology in Baghdad University and her team [9] conducted and published the results of genetic hematological analysis for a group of individuals living in DU contaminated areas in southern Iraq. Blood tests for the (47) individuals who lived in Basrah contaminated ...
Bush and Blair kept the line that the only women prisoners held at the time of the kidnappings were Minnesota University graduate, environmental biologist Huda Ammash and her colleague (both subsequently released, after three years, without charge.) If the Basra claims are true, Anthony Blair Q.C., ...
The two weapons experts, British-trained microbiologist Rihab Taha and US-educated genetic engineer Huda Ammash, were captured by US forces in May 2003 after Saddam was ousted. The women admitted working on Saddam's biological and germ warfare projects but said such weapons were ...
Eight former aides to Saddam Hussein - including two women accused of making biological weapons - have been released from US custody in Iraq. The freed detainees no longer pose a security threat, a US spokesman said. They include Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash, nicknamed by the US "Mrs Anthrax" ...
When Huda Ammash turned herself in to the U.S. military in 2003, she had unusual distinctions for a woman in Iraq. She was a prominent scientist and had held senior positions in Saddam Hussein's government. Pentagon officials said that she had played a role in Iraq's biowarfare research programs and ...


 

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