Saddam Hussein's lawyer is planning a book that will contain "many secrets" about the fall of Baghdad, as well as "200-300 letters, poems and other texts handwritten by President Saddam." Khalil al-Dulaimi told
the AFP that he hasn't written the book yet, but will soon begin contacting publishers. (No word yet if he's tried tracking down Judith Regan
by Saddam Hussein?!? Good grief. One shudders to think what this madman might have written...
I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by me, flogged tortured gassed,
dragging themselves through my dungeons looking for missing relatives (*)
(But at least he looked the part.)
Labels: judith regan, publishing, war on terror