Saddam feared own army as US invaded: reportQuicklink submitted by tedbohne Permalink
|Saddam Hussein's fear of internal rebellion led him to distrust his military commanders even after U.S. forces began their invasion in 2003, crippling the country's defenses, the New York Times reported in Sunday editions. Citing a classified U.S. military report as well other documents and interviews, the Times also said that top Iraqi commanders were shocked when Saddam told them three months before the war that he had no weapons of mass destruction. [This is the man Bush and Neocons have spent over $300 billion to finance and have killed or wounded over 300,000 on both sides.]|
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