In 1997 the US ratified the Chemical Weapons Convection, but were there any changes in the USs chemical weapons policy? On January 26, 2011 at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah a less than 1 ml of VX nerve agent was lost. Thanks God it was located later and all are safe and uninjured (VX is the most toxic and lethal nerve agent ever synthesized). In 2008 the US Army Chemical Materials Agency reported that all stockpiles of VX were eliminated. And now its 2011 and it seems that all the time our authorities were lying to us, the statements in 2008 and the loss of VX in 2011 showed it clearly. How its possible to lose something what was eliminated a few years ago? Our government is double dealing. The White House is trying to reassure the world community and the same time is looking for a new place where it can continue its chemical weapon experiments. Ive heard about a bio lab in Georgia (Caucasus) and first I thought that it was some kind of alarmist nonsense, but now Im not sure. Since the US is actively support Georgia by training their troops and giving them American weapons, its no wonder that Georgian president in his turn gave the US a place for a bio lab. So thats the place where we have to look for the lost chemicals the next time. What if terrorists seize them? Our government will start blaming them for everything like it did previously when something terrible happened... In that case the ratification was a formality and nothing changed, the US can easily continue its chemical weapon development program outside the US and to relieve itself of responsibility for consequences.