In a presentation to the United Nations, Colin Powell used satellite and other images as proof of Iraq's lies about weapons of mass destruction. CBS News Consultant Stephen Black, a former U.N. weapons inspector, found it to be "an incredible presentation of a web of evidence, not just a theory." Here, Black analyzes some of the intelligence for CBSNews.com.
An aerial view of an ammunition depot located nine miles north of Baghdad. Presumably, it was an active chemical weapons site prior to the return of U.N. inspectors, as evidenced in this image.
The view at left shows a decontamination truck, which would be used exclusively in the handling of toxic materials, at the storage bunker. At right, a view of the site after it has been cleaned up a month later, just as U.N. inspectors arrive.
Significant increased vehicle activity can be seen at this Iraqi ballistic missile production facility. This apparent evacuation activity is taking place shortly before the return of inspectors.
Similarly suspect vehicle activity can be seen at this site, which has been connected with Iraqi biological weapons activities.
Ibn al Haytham
Here at one of Iraq's main ballistic missile development facilities, unusual vehicle activity and a possible evacuation of materials.
Mobile Weapons Lab
An artist's rendition of mobile biological weapons equipment, as described by three different Iraqi defectors. Each mobile facility consists of two or three vehicles that are joined together for operations.
The trans-shipment of chemical munitions can be seen at this chemical weapons facility 40 miles south of Baghdad. The presence of the decontamination truck offers proof of the forbidden activities.
This view shows the same chemical weapons handling site after iraq has removed a layer of topsoil to mask the activities.
These aluminum tubes that were covertly intercepted by the United States are thought to have been destined for an Iraqi nuclear weapons program. The tubes would be used in the process of uranium enrichment.
View of a ballistic missile engine testing facility located 21 miles southwest of Baghdad.