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Cult members released sarin nerve gas in subway cars during the morning rush hour in March 1995, sending people fleeing to the streets and sickening more than 6,000.
My old grandmother always said never to make trouble for chubby little men with bad haircuts, nerve gas, and nuclear weapons.
Then in 1998, CNN and Time magazine reported that Rose and the soldiers involved in Operation Tailwind had been sent to Laos to capture American defectors, had used deadly Sarin nerve gas in their attack and had killed innocent civilians.
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: a poisonous gas that is used as a weapon in war
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