Saddam Did Not Go Quietly, Iraqis Learn Iraqis are seeing and hearing new, more graphic video of the hanging of Saddam Hussein than the versions originally released by government authorities.
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Saddam Did Not Go Quietly, Iraqis Learn

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Saddam Did Not Go Quietly, Iraqis Learn

Saddam Did Not Go Quietly, Iraqis Learn

Saddam Did Not Go Quietly, Iraqis Learn

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Iraqis are seeing and hearing new, more graphic video of the hanging of Saddam Hussein than the versions originally released by government authorities. On Web sites and TV screens Sunday, they saw Saddam shouting and praying, and listened as curses were hurled back and forth.