Saturday morning's LATimes finally had mention of the declassified info on 500 WMD finds in Iraq. Here it is in its entirety:
U.S. Experts Say Arms Found Were Unstable
Hundreds of chemical weapons found in Iraq were produced before the 1991 Persian Gulf War and probably are so old they couldn't be used as designed, U.S. intelligence officials said. A summary of a declassified intelligence report reduced this week said coalition forces had recovered about 500 munitions with mustard or sarin agents.
That's it. Given the extreme bias evidenced by this coverage, I'm surprized the LAT even bothered to mention the number 500.