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Journal: buried underground buried treasure during the arrest of Saddam Hussein

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Journal: buried underground buried treasure during the arrest of Saddam Hussein

Post by claud39 on Mon Dec 24, 2018 9:21 am

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Journal: buried underground buried treasure during the arrest of Saddam Hussein
Monday 24 December










Baghdad


 
US media published a full file on the occasion of the arrest of former regime leader Saddam Hussein, revealed many new secrets. 

"Even though 15 years have passed since Operation Red Dawn, or the capture of Saddam Hussein in the basement where he was hiding by US coalition forces in December 2003, secrets continue to unfold around the dimensions and backgrounds of this dawn," Esquire said.




"The turning point in the search, which lasted months without success, took place in June 2003, when two Iraqi businessmen revealed striking details of the presidential security apparatus, which was dominated by half a dozen families that were witness to the ascension Saddam Hussein and his tribe were associated with close and intermarried relations. As investigations and information flow continued, two names emerged, the first of which was Haddoshi and the other was Muhammad Ibrahim al-Musallat.

"There was a raid on Mazra'at al-Ih (Haddoshi), on the outskirts of Tikrit, where it was a big surprise to wait for the soldiers who broke into the site by finding a buried iron container of about 10 million US dollars in bundles surrounded by Chase Manhattan "In addition to another surprise, the soldiers were shocked when they found large quantities of jewelry belonging to the wife of Saddam Sajida Telfah, distributed on half a dozen filled garbage bags buried in the soil, as well as many important personal documents.

The American magazine revealed that "on the ninth of December, after a series of raids, led a guard from a child at the age of nine to a meeting of militants in the desert west of Tikrit, to finally arrest Mohammed Ibrahim al-Musallat," asserting that "investigators were able then To convince him to lead them to the hiding place of Saddam Hussein in exchange for the release of forty prisoners from his family, which happened. " 

Esquire said that "immediately afterwards, orders were issued quickly and some 1,000 soldiers participated in the preparation of the operation, which was called the" Red Dawn ", and then implemented 

it.For the details of the operation, the magazine said that" the owner of the land and his brother were found first Of Saddam's defense team, but they refused to reveal his whereabouts. He used the gunman who was terrified and pointed to a spot soaked in darkness.

The soldiers, equipped with night vision equipment, went to the spot and removed the soil from the entrance of a hole that had been opened and directed the lights into the weapons. " 

The magazine quoted the Iraqi interpreter Samir, who was accompanying the US forces, "When we opened the hole, Saddam Hussein began to scream, do not shoot, do not shoot, and I told him in Arabic to come out, raised his hands high and attracted troops to the outside."


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