Evil exports

October 1991
New Scientist;10/19/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1791, p15
Reports on the conviction of chemist Eugene lang and engineers Friedrich Schoffel and Rudiger Berndt at Baden-Wurttember, Germany for violating laws on the export of chemical weapons. Accusation that the three men were helping Libya build a mustard and nerve gas plant in Rabta; Sentences and fines.


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