Fattah, Hassan
January 2004
Time;1/12/2004, Vol. 163 Issue 2, p17
Offers a look at the former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, after his capture by U.S. soldiers. Intelligence the Coalition Provisional Authority gained from a briefcase in Hussein's possession; Capture of prominent suspected militants and resistance leaders in Iraq; Continuance of suicide bombings and other attacks against U.S. and other soldiers; Suggestion that Hussein may cooperate if offered prisoner-of-war status, thereby protecting him from the death penalty.


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