Saturday, April 21, 2012
SADDAM DIED IN 1999?
Moslem al-Asadi, a doctor living in exile in Iran, has said that the real Saddam died in 1999 from cancer.
The Saddam Doubles
"The real Saddam died because he had cancer of the lymph nodes, and since his death in 1999 they're just showing his doubles" he told the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
Al-Asadi claims Saddam's sons, his first wife and Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz kept the truth under wraps using three doubles. Al-Asadi alleges Saddam's younger son, Qusay, actually held presidential authority.
Al-Asadi has pointed out that Saddam had big, oval ears.
One of the doubles' ears do not match Saddam's, which had a special bend.
Al-Asadi also said Saddam has an overbite, but one of the doubles doesn't have such a defect.
While Saddam has wide and strong shoulders, those of two doubles are narrow and almost sloping.
Saddam had big hands, said al-Asadi, while one of doubles has small hands.
Lastly, a second long finger of one of the doubles doesn't match that of the real thing.
Corriere della Sera reports the testimony of former doubles corroborates al-Asadi's thesis.
Longtime bodyguard Saddam Michael Ramadan in 1979 wrote in the book "In Saddam's shadow" that the Iraqi leader was so ill he was dependent on pain killers, according to the newspaper.
Ramadan is reportedly now under the protection of the CIA.
The paper quotes another former bodyguard, who fled Iraq for Israel as declaring, "Saddam whom you see, was photographed some years ago."
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