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CIA Says Voice on Audiotape 'Most Likely' Saddam's

The CIA confirmed on Monday that an audiotape aired on Arab television last week allegedly of Saddam Hussein urging Iraqis to support resistance to U.S. forces, probably was authentic. CIA spokesman Bill Harlow said the quality of the audiotape aired on July 4 by al Jazeera was too poor to be absolutely certain that it was Saddam’s voice. “But the CIA’s assessment, after a technical analysis of the tape, is that it is most likely his voice,” he said, adding that the date of the recording could not be determined. It was the first real proof that Saddam had survived the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. He has not been seen in public since being ousted from power in early April. Full Story

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