| Chemical weapon |
|Subpage(s)||•Chemical weapon/British use in Iraq|
Under the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention, there is a world-wide ban on the production, stockpiling, and use of chemical weapons and their precursors. Notwithstanding, large stockpiles continue to exist, usually justified as only a precaution against putative use by an aggressor.
Use in Prisons
Project Censored reported in 2017 that "in prisons and jails across the United States, far from any conventional battlefield or public scrutiny, tear gas and other chemical weapons are routinely used against people held captive in enclosed spaces, including solitary confinement."
|Mustard gas||A first generation chemical weapon|
|Napalm||Chemical weapon that leaves horrendous skin burn damages|
A Chemical weapon victim on Wikispooks
|Sergei Skripal||The Russian double agent at the heart of the Skripal affair. Possibly being held at an unknown location by UK authorities|
|Document:Bioterror: Manufacturing Wars The American Way||foreword||1 April 2003||William H. Schaap|