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Saddam Said to Pay Bounty for Killings

Saddam Hussein has been seen north of Baghdad and is paying a bounty for every American soldier killed, the leader of an Iraqi exile group said Tuesday. Saddam has $1.3 billion in cash taken from the Central Bank on March 18, is bent on revenge and believes he can “sit it out and get the Americans going,” said Ahmed Chalabi, head of the Iraqi National Congress. In Washington, Pentagon officials said Tuesday they had no information that Saddam was alive and offering bounties for killing U.S. troops. Saddam also bought suicide vests for himself and his secretary on April 1 from the mukhabarat, the Iraqi secret police, he said. The ousted Iraqi leader has been sighted on several recent occasions moving in an arc from Diyala, northeast of Baghdad, around the Tigris River toward his hometown of Tikrit and into the Dulaimi areas to the west of the Tigris, Chalabi said. Full Story

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