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Post by claud39 on Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:54 am

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On the anniversary of the capture of Saddam Hussein, a number of American soldiers who participated in his arrest on December 13, 2003, revealed the details of the last hours before his arrest, how the operation took place, and Saddam's first words. 
Sergeant Eric Maddox returned to memory on December 12, 2003, when US forces succeeded in arresting Saddam's bodyguard, Mohammed Ibrahim. "I was able to get to know Ibrahim directly, because I knew exactly how he looked, and because he had our taste "I was looking forward to seeing you." Then he looked at me and said, "I was looking forward to seeing you too." 
"Saddam's involvement in the matter is the reason that 40 of your family is now in prison.
Maddox pointed out that Ibrahim hinted that he knew where Saddam was, but he was hesitant to show details. "I had to do it, so I told him, 'You are a terrorist, are not you? You have to make them come to you, hit the walls of the cell and act madly! "). 
Maddox later received a phone call from Ibrahim saying that Ibrahim was trying to commit suicide by beating his head in the walls of the cell, prompting him to return and agree with him to take them to the hiding place of Saddam. 
On December 13, 2013, Maj. Michael Rohat said his colleague told him that Ibrahim was ready to cooperate, pointing out that Saddam was hiding in Tikrit or on the "other side of the river." 
For his part, a translator in the US military, Samir, how began the process of capturing Saddam under the ground, saying: "
Colonel James Hickey also spoke about the details of the operation. "Before 5 pm, an army colleague told me he believed Saddam was in the role," said Col. James Hickey. 
It is noteworthy that the role is a city of the province of Salah al-Din, located on the east bank of the Tigris River, and in the middle almost between Samarra and Tikrit. 
Hickey said his colleague told him that Ibrahim had talked about a place near the river and that he was in the northwest of the city, near the Qais family farm, where a fire broke out a few months ago. 
The capture of Saddam included about 1,000 US troops, according to the site "esquire", during which several farms were raided in the area during the same time.
"We decided to take Ibrahim in a civilian car. I and a group of soldiers came from Tikrit towards the turn. When we reached the main road that leads to the farm, Ibrahim said they would know that we were here if we continued to drive," he said. . 
Ibrahim also provided information on three sites where Saddam was likely to be on the farm. After soldiers searched the first and second locations and found nothing, the search focused on the third site, an old house on the farm, said Sergeant Major Larry Wilson. 
"When we arrived at the farm, we arrested two men who were guarding Saddam (referring to Alaa and Qais Namik who hid Saddam for months). We could not get any information from them, so we decided to bring Ibrahim to the site," Samir said.
"Ibrahim started yelling at the owner of the farm, Qais Namik, to show us the location of Saddam, but Qais replied that he did not know anything," Maddox said. 
"They were pressing him to find out where Saddam was, until Ibrahim moved his feet and pointed to a mat on the ground and said he was here," Russell said. 
At 8:25 pm, the hole in which Saddam hid was discovered. 
"When we opened the cover, he started shouting, 'Do not shoot, do not shoot,' while I screamed for him to come out, '' said Samir, who finally put his hand in the air and then the other one, grabbed his hands and helped get him out. 
"I knew he was his voice. I grew up in Iraq and we watched Saddam on television every day, but I could not recognize his shape because he was different. There was a lot of hair on his face."
"The man said I am Saddam Hussein, I am the president of Iraq and I am ready to negotiate," one of the soldiers said. "President Bush sends his greetings." 
The hole in which Saddam hid was about two meters deep, could accommodate two people, and contained a ventilation fan and fluorescent light. 
Talk in the cell 
after the arrival of Saddam to the headquarters of US special forces, he asked the military doctor Mark Greene, spend the night with Saddam in the cell. 
"After he asked me to stay with him, I took a magazine with me thinking I would read while he slept, but he could not sleep. He pointed to me to measure his blood pressure," Greene said. 
"During my stay," he told me through the translator, "I wanted to be a doctor when I was a child, but politics caught my heart." Green pointed out that this sentence had a conversation that lasted for about five and a half hours.
Green pointed out that by morning his boss had asked him to record his conversation with Saddam, so he brought a camera and turned it on, but as soon as the red light showed that it was working, Saddam lay down and covered his head and did not say another word. 
On June 30, 2004, Saddam Hussein and 11 senior Baath Party officials were handed over to the Iraqi authorities as part of the transfer of power from the United States to the interim Iraqi government. 
An Iraqi court sentenced Saddam Hussein to death by hanging in November 2006 after being found guilty of crimes against humanity. Saddam was executed on December 30 of the same year.




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