wHAT ABOUT THE DATES, SADDAM?
iNFOWARS.COM -- Iranians are laughing about it. In the orchard around Saddam's hideout, the dates are on the trees!. Everyone in Iran knows that dates are harvested in the hottest part of August.
Red Cross wants to see Saddam
Ananova -- The International Red Cross says it has met with coalition authorities in Iraq to discuss possible visits to Saddam Hussein.
600 Saddam lawyers sign up
News24 --Hussein Mjalli, the head of Jordan's Bar Association, says more than 600 lawyers have signed up to defend captive Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
Saddam Threatens to Expose US
Arab News -- “Saddam threatened that if they continue to pressure him he will reveal startling facts — about America's political games with his country — that would shock the whole world..."
Daughter of slain Iraqi opposition leader says US helped Saddam in 1993 to quash coup attempt
The daughter of a prominent Iraqi opposition leader, who was assassinated in Beirut by Saddam Hussein's secret service in 1994 said she would sue the ousted Iraqi president before three international courts, charging that the U.S. was a virtual accomplice in her father's murder.
Hussein Was Held by Kurds Before U.S. Capture, AFP Reports
Saddam Hussein was captured by U.S. troops only after being held prisoner by Kurdish forces, who had had drugged and abandoned him, Agence France-Presse reported, citing a Sunday Express newspaper report.
We got him: Kurds say they caught Saddam
Washington's claims that brilliant US intelligence work led to the capture of Saddam Hussein are being challenged by reports sourced in Iraq's Kurdish media claiming that its militia set the circumstances in which the US merely had to go to a farm identified by the Kurds to bag the fugitive former president.
Saddam was held by Kurdish forces, drugged and left for US troops
Saddam Hussein was captured by US troops only after he had been taken prisoner by Kurdish forces, drugged and abandoned ready for American soldiers to recover him, a British Sunday newspaper said.
Sick Saddam Drugged
In the photo Hussein appears in much worse shape than when arrested, with pronounced bags under bloodshot eyes and a sticking plaster on the back of his right hand where he has reportedly been receiving intravenous injections.
Saddam Hussein's Loyalists Infiltrated U.S. Operations in Iraq
Among the documents found in Saddam's briefcase when he was captured last weekend was a list of names of Iraqis who have been working with the United States — either in the Iraqi security forces or the Coalition Provisional Authority — and are feeding information to the insurgents
Was Saddam actually captured on December 13?
Nearly a week after the arrest of Saddam Hussein, some serious questions regarding the ousted leader's capture have started to emerge; questions that may unfortunately remain unanswered.
Dubious Link Between Atta and Saddam
A document tying the Iraqi leader with the 9/11 terrorist is probably fake.
Col. Hickey tells his troops to keep quiet about Saddam capture
It sounds like Hickey is giving them what turned out to be the official story before warning them to shut up about what really happened. Why would Hickey need to tell them that he was found 'literally hiding in a hole' if they had found him? They would already know this. This is consistent with reports claiming Saddam was handed over to the US by Kurdish militia on November 20-23.
Saddam should die, says Bush
President George Bush called last night for Saddam Hussein to face the death penalty, as fresh violence across Iraq signalled that his capture has by no means stifled the anti-US insurgency
Saddam's arrest fuels insurgency
Police are increasingly the target as 40 Iraqis die in four days of violence
New York Times
As early as last spring, Mr. Bush suggested that the Iraqis might have dispersed their biological and chemical weapons so widely that they would be extremely difficult to find. And some weapons experts have suggested that Mr. Hussein may have destroyed banned weapons that he had in the early 1990's but left in place the capacity to produce more.
Oh -- hee, hee -- she was just Joking... We're sure the former Secretary of State jokes with the news media about highly sensitive issues all the time -- silly, silly her
Albright's joke joins growing list of Bush theories -- you silly, silly conspiracy theorist...
Albright Thinks Bush Hiding Bin Laden
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told Fox News Channel analyst Morton Kondracke yesterday she suspects President Bush knows the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and is simply waiting for the most politically expedient moment to announce his capture.
Pakistani Newspaper Report: Bush met Saddam on November 27
Pakistani newspaper on Tuesday published a report, claiming a meeting had taken place between US President George Bush and former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein on November 27.
Army Had Searched Farm Where Saddam Was Found Seven weeks Ago
The U.S. Army officer responsible for Adwar said American soldiers had searched the farm about seven weeks ago after a tip and found some weapons, although he didn't offer details of the arms cache.
Saddam Interview Airs In Iraq
The historic interview between CBS News Anchor Dan Rather and Saddam Hussein aired Thursday on Iraqi television.
It's the Thought That Counts: Bush: Iraq intelligence was sound
Middle East Online
US President dismisses any difference between whether Saddam had WMDs or planned to acquire them.
Fate of Saddam's look-alikes remains unknown
The long-awaited capture of Saddam Hussein brought euphoria to many, and for a curious few, it raised a simple question: Whatever became of the deposed leader's team of look-alikes?
CIA to question Hussein
The CIA team of operations officers, polygraphers and psychiatrists has put together a loose interrogation plan—a playbook of sorts—approved by headquarters that will help guide them in the months ahead, government sources said. It contains “what buttons to push,” one U.S. official said
The US administration was accused of gross hypocrisy yesterday after granting Saddam Hussein the legal rights that for more than two years it has denied the 660 detainees held in Guantanamo Bay.
Leaked News Network Memo: Staged discovery of WMD will follow Saddam arrest
Now we all expect the Pentagon to fly in planeloads of WMD and "find" them where Saddam told us they were hidden
Bush may yet wish Saddam had been killed
At trial, the tyrant could reveal embarrassing secrets about his past warm dealings with the US
U.S. tries to trip up Saddam
Saddam Hussein is being shown videotapes of anti-Saddam protests in Iraq, the unearthing of mass graves and the torture and execution of prisoners during his reign, two U.S. officials who are receiving reports on his interrogation said Tuesday.
NewsMax Makes McDermott's Comments into a Partisan Issue
(ridiculous neocon garbage) -- see Flashbacks below
Flashback: In July, General Franks predicted that Saddam's Capture was Imminent
Flashback: LaHood: Hussein's capture imminent
Wash. Congressman McDermott Says the Saddam Capture Was Staged
Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., told a Seattle radio station Monday the U.S. military could have found Saddam "a long time ago if they wanted." Asked if he thought the weekend capture was timed to help Bush, McDermott chuckled and said: "Yeah. Oh, yeah."
What's so Shocking about this? So many had indicated that capture was imminent:
Flashback: In July, General Franks predicted that Saddam's Capture was Imminent
Flashback: LaHood: Hussein's capture imminent
Saddam drugged, says sister
A sister of Saddam Hussein has demanded that he be tried before the world court and said that the former Iraqi leader was drugged by US forces before his capture
Saddam Reported to Be 'Broken'
Saddam Hussein is a broken man and has supplied intelligence that helped capture two top wanted men, officials said on Monday
US Takes Custody of Another Wayward Client
Of course, the reason for this rapprochement – nay, avid courtship – was the bad turn that the war between Iraq and Iran had taken for Baghdad.
President Bush Says Saddam Will Be Tried
President Bush said Monday that Saddam Hussein will be put on trial in a manner to be determined in conjunction with Iraqis whom the former dictator brutalized across three decades of rule.
From fake fat Bin Ladens to mobile weapon trucks, we've been lied to so many times. Remember this is the same Pentagon that had hundreds of fake letters planted in Newspapers across the country. It may be Saddam, it may be not. It may be a Hollywood production. We all saw Forest Gump shake hands with Kennedy...
Is it real?
We Caught The Wrong Guy
Saddam Hussein, former employee of the American federal government, was captured near a farmhouse in Tikrit in a raid performed by other employees of the American federal government.
Rumsfeld: Saddam To Face Justice, Be Treated Humanely -- Saddam is, after all, his old buddy (see below)
Infamous Video Clip (from the National Archives):
Rumsfeld Shakes Hands with Saddam Hussein
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JESSICA LYNCH CAPTURES SADDAM --EX-DICTATOR DEMANDS BACK PAY FROM BAKER
Former Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussein was taken into custody yesterday at approximately 8:30pm Baghdad time. Various television executives, White House spin doctors and propaganda experts at the Pentagon are at this time wrestling with the question of whether to claim PFC Jessica Lynch seized the ex-potentate or that Saddam surrendered after close hand-to-hand combat with current Iraqi strongman Paul Bremer III
addam Hussein's massive presidential palace in Baghdad - with its imperial domes and marble columns and swimming pools - may soon be turned into America's new embassy in Iraq.
Many Arabs Skeptical on Saddam's Capture
In the Jordanian capital Amman, 77-year-old Sheik Abu Khaled saw the TV footage of the disheveled, bearded Saddam and declared, "This captured man isn't Saddam. He'd rather blow himself up."
We never had WMD, Saddam tells interrogators
Saddam Hussein told his American interrogators that Iraq never had weapons of mass destruction, claiming that they were an invention of the US government to justify an invasion, it was reported last night.
Will Saddam's capture prove to be a trap for Bush?
If Bush needs to win the next election, he needs to silence Saddam, Guantanamo-style, in seclusion. That will raise suspicions. Any medical mishap or anomaly will also raise suspicions. Not a very good situation, is it?
Analysis: Capture has few intel gains
What's clear from the initial video footage of the capture of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is that this is not the evil mastermind at the controls of the resistance organizations that continue to harass the U.S.-led coalition
Saddam 'had time to commit suicide' ( Yet chose to spend the rest of his life in a torture camp: WHY? Why did the 'evil tyrant' cower in a cellar?)
" He was arrested without resistance and there was enough time for him before that to commit suicide if he wanted but he did not"
Saddam Capture Predicted
FLASHBACK: U.S. Rep. Ray LaHood predicted imminent Saddam capture 10 days ago: A member of The Pantagraph editorial board -- not really expecting an answer -- asked LaHood for more details, saying, "Do you know something we don't?" "Yes I do," replied LaHood.
Flashback: IRAQI COMMANDER SWEARS HE SAW USAF FLY SADDAM OUT OF BAGHDAD
Saddam Key in Early CIA Plot
in the past Saddam was seen by U.S. intelligence services as a bulwark of anti-communism and they used him as their instrument for more than 40 years, according to former U.S. intelligence diplomats and intelligence officials.
Already Out of Iraq?:
FLASHBACK: Iran continues to raise secret deal claim: US flew Saddam out of Baghdad in April
Other Faked Captures:
Prison Planet Fake Terror Arrests Archive -- Click Here
Saddam's Magic Beard
The fastest a beard can possibly grow is 3/4 of an inch a month. Here is Saddam with 5-6 inches of growth -- and a month after the occupation began we supposedly saw new videos of saddam outside with crowds with no facial hair other than his mustache. This looks like the real Saddam Hussein, whereas the image of Saddam with glasses had a different facial structure. Has someone been holding Saddam Captive until and opportune moment to roll him out?
Britain would 'respect death penalty decision' for Saddam
The Foreign Secretary has stated while Britain opposes the death penalty, it will respect an Iraqi courts' decision about the fate of Saddam Hussein
Official: Saddam Could Face Execution
Saddam Hussein could be tried "in the next few weeks" and could be executed if convicted, an Iraqi Governing Council member said Monday. Other council members said the televised trial would likely begin later, perhaps by summer.
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