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posted on Oct, 30 2005 @ 12:18 AM
said saddam had agreed to leave iraq before invasion:

posted on Oct, 30 2005 @ 01:05 AM
There were reports of Black Limo's being driven into C-130's at the baghdad airport after the US got control of that and those planes took off. The eye-witness accounts said it looked like some very official and important people, most likely Saddam and/or his family.

Independent filmmaker Patrick Dillon has two outstanding info-scoops coming from Iraq. The first is the filmed testimony of an Iraqi general who saw Saddam's entourage fly out of Baghdad airport on US military C-130 cargo planes just before the city fell on the morning of April 9.

In an appearance on the Jeff Rense show, Dillon told how his work was set to be featured on the WABC-TV investigative series "Like It Is," but was killed by the corporate suits.

Bush is also on record as supporting an exile deal with Saddam if he were to leave Iraq and give it up basically, even thou he still states he'll be bombing the place anyway to 'disarm Iraq'.

KING (voice-over): The president for the first time publicly embraced exile as a possible way of resolving the showdown with Iraq.

GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Hopefully the pressure of the free world will convince Mr. Saddam Hussein to relinquish power. And should he choose to leave the country, along with a lot of the other henchmen who have tortured the Iranian -- Iraqi people, we would welcome that, of course.

Obviously the official story is that Saddam ran for it and the US found him in a hole and now he's on trial but again, the American hero's story is riddled with problematic scenarios and facts which just don't add up.

I wouldn't be surprised if Saddam is elsewhere after taking a deal and the person being tried is a double who was prepared for the role of being Saddams shadow post fleeing/death.

What's released to the press and what deals actually take place are two entirely different worlds but if we are to look at valid clues to inconsistencies with the Saddam capture - there's reason to believe that keeping 'a' Saddam to put on trial will have a lot of it's own rewards for a war that has very little to do with 'creating peace' but rather re-drawing the map based on energy supply.

posted on Oct, 30 2005 @ 06:19 AM
Saddam says lots of things and agrees to even more. Did the OP not pay attention during the 90s?

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[edit on 30/10/2005 by Mirthful Me]

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