US seeks 'secure' Saddam handover

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by PartTimePongo, Jun 16, 2004.

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    Or indeed , to have his former Imperial evilness shouting the odds about his own "Special relationship" with Rumsfeld et al back in the day.

    What are Ladbrokes offering on

    a. Midnight Car crash

    b. Hanging himself in his cell, and giving himself a few digs for good measure a la Hess

    c. Accidentally falling down the stairs

    d. Suddenly being taken ill, with a terminal fast acting disease

    e. Returning to a Government position in Iraq ? :twisted:
  2. This is the only way to go I would think.
    Here's your 'one a day' multivitamin Saddam dear.....
  4. LOL


    (Which is what a lot of the locals hope/fear will happen anyway)
  5. why didnt the gi who found him just chuk a grenade in his hole end of problem
  6. Maybe they should have booby trapped the hole before they put him in?

    Oooooooooops :oops: :D
  7. Well my tipster tells me to put the money on a combination of a, b, c and d.
  8. I think he's living in Plymouth and running a kebab shop.....
  9. I think he's innocent, really it is all a ploy of the US to blame him for those 30 years of oppression and the first Gulf war

    let him go, he's an old man, what damage can he do 8O
  10. he cant do any more damage to Iraq and world safety than the septics have done already!!
  11. Don't be stupid, he's in edinburgh running hunza kebab on george the 4th bridge.
  12. I think you're right by jove! I saw him down Union Street only last week.
    (Formerly located in Milpitas, California)
    1981 to 1990 - Sales to Iraq included $28,000 worth of electronic-imaging
    equipment to Iraqi Directorate General for purpose of enhancing satellite
    photos used in reconnaissance or missile targeting; more than $295,000 worth of
    electronic image-enhancement equipment to the Iraqi Space and Astronomy
    Research Center; $693,000 worth of infrared image-enhancement equipment for
    aerial reconnaissance and missile tracking to the University of Mosul, a
    procurement arm for Saad 16, Iraq's primary missile research-and-development
    site. Records from California's Secretary of State office indicate this company
    began operations in 1980 and has since been dissolved :wink:
  14. And yer point is ? Buy American, always trust our coalition partners or.... :?: