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200 seized thanks to Saddam documents

The Pentagon’s top general, Richard Myers, said yesterday that the intelligence learned from Saddam Hussein’s capture had led to the arrest of more than 200 people in a series of sweeps through centres of resistance. Gen Myers, the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff, said some of the information leading to the arrests had come from documents in Saddam’s briefcase found with him in a hiding hole near Tikrit a week ago on Saturday. “Part of it came from that, and then that leads you to other things. And so it’s just like all intelligence work. You get one clue that leads you to another clue, leads you to another clue,” he told the television channel CNN. Full Story

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