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deaths of the sons of Saddam Hussein in a high profile "shoot-out"
in the northern city of Mosul arrive at a most opportune moment
for President Bush and his entourage. Political assassination
is tied into the logic of war propaganda. The killings were
designed by the Pentagon to uphold the shaky legitimacy of
the Anglo-American military axis in the face of Iraqi armed
resistance to occupation forces. In the words of President
Bush: "their deaths show that the former Iraqi regime
will not be coming back."
The first set doesn't correspond
with the official press reports that the bodies were charred
and unrecognizable. The Al-Jazeera correspondent in Mosul
stated, "Those who saw the bodies could not recognize
them. However, one of the bodies belonged to a bearded man.
But the features of the bodies were not recognizable. The
interesting thing is that the house is still under siege and
no one is allowed to enter it. US intelligence agents stayed
in the house for almost five hours and took samples from various
parts of the house. They also confiscated videotapes and documents.
They took samples from the cars that were parked near the
house. There was a car inside the house as well, which indicates
that there was perhaps a secret garage for the house to which
cars could be driven. I saw a car parked inside the house."
The second set of photos were taken
in the tent at the Baghdad airpot where the press was allowed
to see the bodies. US military officials stated that the bodies
had "undergone facial reconstruction with morticians
putty to make them resemble as closely as possible the faces
of the brothers when they were alive," (Reuters, 25 July
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