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Saddam Papers Said to Provide Information

Saddam Hussein has given no useful information to U.S. interrogators, but documents and papers found in his briefcase have yielded results “far greater than we expected,” a senior British official said Friday. The official, who briefed journalists on condition of anonymity, said U.S. authorities were taking their time interrogating the former Iraqi dictator, in the hope that he would feel more comfortable about talking in captivity. “The results from the capture of Saddam were greater than we were ever expecting,” said the official. “He has not talked himself, but what came out of the papers found with him led to further information that led to further operations,” said the official, who is closely involved in British activity in Iraq. Full Story

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