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Topic - Matthew Schroeder
"We've seen since February the looting of arms depots and specifically those missiles," said Matthew Schroeder, director of the arms-sales monitoring project at the Federation of American Scientists. "Missiles similar to these have been used in the past to shoot down civilian aircraft."
"We know the rebels have had a hard time controlling them at the depots," he said.