Saturday, March 22, 2003

Where is he now, then?

The (London) Sunday Telegraph is reporting that an anonymous source either in or connected to Mr Blair's war cabinet has said that the war cabinet has been told that Saddam Hussein was sufficiently badly wounded in the first attack that he required a blood transfusion, but that "unfortunately" he was not critically wounded. Also according to this source, Saddam's son Uday was apparently killed.

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