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Carol: This is not Saddam RESPONSE

Dear Pravda:

I'm so pleased others are also questioning the authenticity of the "Saddam" paraded in court last Thursday.

During April 2003 my Russian penpal told me a deal had been negotiated for Saddam to leave Baghdad. I scoured Russian papers trying to find more information. I found an article in the St.Petersburg Times confirming it.

So when I heard he'd been captured in Iraq, I was to say the least, skeptical. There were many irregularities with the official story, as there has been about the entire Iraq campaign.

Anxiously awaiting "Saddams" appearance in court last week, there was no doubt. It's NOT SADDAM.


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