Skip to comments.REFERENCE THREAD: SADDAM HUSSEIN VIDEOS
Posted on 12/30/2006 3:35:59 PM PST by doug from upland
Because the videos may be lost on other threads, perhaps this thread can be the reference for posting.
The hanging video is on Google, and there are some scenes from the trial. There may be other important historical video footage that we shouldn't miss. Please bring them here. Thanks.
I've got the video all the way up to where the noose is tied around his neck on YouTube, I'm not sure if there's any footage past that out yet. If there is please tell me.
Anyway here's the link:
RECEIVING THE DEATH SENTENCE IN COURT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLkjYeM08aY
ping for later
If any of you have not seen WMD: The Murderous Reign of Saddam Hussein, you must see it. It will show you why justice was necessary. http://iraqitruthproject.com/
Drudge Report now has the actual hanging video. Don't expect to see much, though. The photographer wasn't exactly a pro.
OCTOBER 19, 2005 IN COURT: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4777110206324978673&q=saddam+hussein&hl=en
Here's the whole thing. This is likely an illicit video, ie., made clandestinely, maybe with a camera phone:
A ping-a-ling-a-ding-dong-the-dic(tator)'s-dead ping
unedited full hanging.
No thank you. After Brgs video I swore I will never watch a death video again. Pictures are OK though.
Someone actually made a short tribute video: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1621277859451063131&q=SADDAM+HUSSEIN&hl=en
I would not watch or listen to the Berg video.
I've seen the photo's of the dead body. That's all (or more) than I care to see.
I didn't mean to step on that thread. I was hoping this could be a storehouse for many videos.
Agreed. You'd figure they'd want to get this right. Oh well.
http://one.revver.com/watch/130549 (from Drudge)
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