THE CAPTURE OF SADDAM HUSSEIN: Saddam Provides `Little of Much Use' in Interrogations
Cornwell, Rupert, The Independent (London, England)
INTERROGATORS HAVE completed a third day of questioning Saddam Hussein in an attempt to build on information about anti-American resistance networks gleaned from documents kept by the captured former dictator.
Saddam - who is in detention at an undisclosed location but believed to be in Iraq - has provided little of much use, American officials said. He has again denied that his regime had links with international terrorism, and repeated that the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) that were the ostensible reason for the US-led invasion in March do not exist.
That second claim is exactly as Baghdad insisted in the months and weeks before the war, and supports what …
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