Skip to comments.March 2003 Document: Saddam Orders Iraq Central Bank to Give his Son 1 Billion Dollars (Translation)
Posted on 09/07/2006 7:42:11 AM PDT by jveritas
Document http://184.108.40.206/Released/09-06-06/CMPC-2004-001648.pdf dated March/19/2003 is hand written order from Saddam Hussein to the governor of Iraq Central Bank to give his son Qusay Saddam Hussein and another crony named Hikmat Mazban Ibrahim a total of ONE Billion Dollars so it will be protected from what he called the American Aggression. Of course this money was meant to be smuggled to some foreign secret bank accounts for Saddam family. This money was found by the US troops shortly after the fall of Saddam regime and handed later on to the free Iraqi government.
Translation of http://220.127.116.11/Released/09-06-06/CMPC-2004-001648.pdf
In the name of God the most merciful the most compassionate
Mr. Governor of the Iraqi Central Bank
We authorize through this letter that Mr. Qusay Saddam Hussein and Hikmat Mazban Ibrahim to receive the following:
1. Nine hundred and twenty millions American Dollars
2. Ninety millions Euros.
In order to protect it from the American aggression
Do what is necessary
President of the Republic
You are a Great American, JV!
Thank you : ). Do you remember the big truck that our troops captured shortly after the liberation of Iraq where they found many metallic boxes containing this one billion dollars?
Not s strong vote of confidence in the Euro. :)
I think I remember the story. It wasn't a billion they found, though, was it?
I have to search it up whether the truck contained a billion dollars or less than that.
LOL... good point :)
These Great Satan haters always prefer the Great Satan's greenbacks, with a recent example being Hezbollah.
You right "rightinthemiddle", it seems according the New York Times articles that not all the money was recovered by the US troops.
Nah, he was out of Euros because guess where most of the O-F-F bribes went!
>From: Saddam.Hussein@Baath.org [SMTP: SADDAM.HUSSEIN@BAATH.ORG ]
>Sent: Wednesday, December 3, 2003 10:23:21 AM GMT
>To: < undisclosed recipients >
>Subject: URGENT HELP NEEDED
> You may be surprised to receive this message, as we have not known each other previously. However, I
> have been reliably informed of your Discretefulness and Ability in transactions of this nature. First, I must
> solicit your confidence in this Transaction, this is by virtue if its nature as being utterly CONFIDENTIAL
> and TOP SECRET! I came to know of you in my private search for a Reliable and Reputable person to
> handle this confidential transaction, which involves the transfer of a large sum of money to a foreign
> account requiring Maximum Confidence. Though I know that a transaction of this Magnitude will make
> any one apprehensive and worried, but I am assuring you that all will be well at the end of the day. I have
> decided to contact you due to the needful urgency of my Situation.
> Let me start by first introducing myself properly to you. I am MR. SADDAM HUSSEIN, a former high
> government official in Baghdad. Unfortunately, due to a coup, our Benevolent Administration was
> usurped in favor of a foreign occupying force, so I have been dismissed from my old position. In addition,
> my two sons UDAI and QUSAI, also Public Servants, were brutally killed during this occupation. Naturally,
> I am Vexed with deep Sorrow over these events.
> However, during my time serving the people of Iraq, I was able to amass a modest Fortune by extracting a
> processing and handling fee from the country's oil revenues, and I also inherited a certain amount of
> money after the death of my Beloved Sons. As it happens, those funds -- currently totalling just over 37
> BILLION AMERICAN DOLLARS -- are being held by a security company in Geneva. I am unable to leave
> Tikrit at this time, however, as my mother has cancer and I have to stay here and give her the insulin
> shots, and therefore I cannot retrieve the money personally.
> The Branch Accountant with the First Despot Deposit & Trust Company of Switzerland, a Mr. Terrence J.
> Wilkinson, has informed me that I may move the Monies to another bank Account in America, but I require
> the help of an American who already has such an account so that I may Discretely accomplish this thing.
> In addition, I have a shipment of certain VALUABLE MINERALS acquired from Nigeria, and I need to move
> these Materials to a more secure location. My previous American confidant, Mr. Joseph Wilson, was
> unable to exercise the necessary Discretion and Secrecy so I have been forced to look elsewhere. I am
> prepared to offer you 10% of my total holdings (3.7 Billion Dollars) as a fee for handling these Matters.
> If you can assist me in this matter, you should forward to me your telephone and fax number for easy
> Communication and to fax you the OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS concerning the consignments to ensure the
> transfer of the funds to your account. Your prompt response is being highly Appreciated.
> Your faithful friend,
> Saddam Hussein
Notice he uses royalty language, not "I," but "we."
Dear Mr. Hussein,
We appreciate your business with our most merciful bank. Unfortunately, we will require two forms of i.d. and the maiden name of your mother. Would you like to participate in our identity secure system? For only $4.99 a month we will notify by email or camel if any entity attempts to maliciously acquire your funds or access your account.
Warmest regards to you and Allah
Governor of the Bank of Iraq.
March 2003 Document: Saddam Orders Iraq Central Bank to Give his Son 1 Billion Dollars (Translation)
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And he built 52 palaces while the sanctions were in effect.
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