Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Classified. Why is the list of the biomarkers classified? I can understand the logic behind classifying a substance that you want to use as a weapon and do not want your enemies to know about; but why classify the list of substances that were looked for to establish the poisoning? The discussion, at least to a certain extent, of these substances is public knowledge; if terrorists want to get themselves some chemical weapons, there's already a long list to choose from; so what exactly is being protected in this classified report, and from whom?


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