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Monday, December 15, 2003

Details are still a bit sketchy, but American forces in Iraq say a lot of the credit for tracking down Iraq's elusive dictator has to go to Private Jessica Lynch.

"If she hadn't decided to interrupt her book tour to come over here and give us a hand," said L. Paul Bremer, the U.S. administrator of Iraq, "Saddam Hussein would probably still be out there somewhere and who knows when we would have found him."
This quote is part of an article in the Toronto Star entitled When Saddam saw it was Lynch, he gave up.

Funny stuff, eh?

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