Saddam's FBI Interrogator Says Iraqi Dictator Did Not Expect a US Invasion
Saddam expected only a limited aerial attack by the United States and thought he could remain in control, the FBI special agent, George Piro, told CBS's "60 Minutes" program in an interview to be broadcast Sunday.
"He told me he initially miscalculated ... President Bush's intentions," said Piro. "He thought the United States would retaliate with the same type of attack as we did in 1998 ... a four-day aerial attack."
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Lorraine Paul - 2/1/2008
What a hollow laugh - Saddam kept denying he had wmd. It was Bush and Cheney who 'allowed' the world to think he had wmd!
A ridiculous piece of information from a tv show, which, if it is anything like its Australian equivalent, is considered 'boutique cheque-book' journalism!
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