What Drives This Terrorist: Shrewd and acute thinking, ambiguous, uncompromising, narcissistic, gross indulgences, vindictive, reactively brutal and sadistic.
Signature of Saddam Hussein
Handwriting of Saddam Heussein
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Saddam Hussein grew up in a brutal environment, which included being involved in the murders of a cousin and a school teacher. This behavior predicted his violent, powerful obsessiveness as the current President of Iraq. At the age of twenty he was arrested, charged and sentenced to death for the attempted assassination of the prime Minister of Iraq. He spent four years in prison in Syria before he escaped to Egypt. Within the following years (1963-67) he became a rebel leader in the Baath Party, was imprisoned for his political insurgence, and again escaped. In 1979 he became president of Iraq, launched the Iran-Iraq (1st Gulf War) in 1980 which lasted nearly a decade over the control of Iranian territory. There was a two year period of cease-fire, when Hussein made a decision to seize Kuwait. American-led air troops began bombing Baghdad in January 1991, and by February there was a declaration of another cease-fire. 1996 Hussein accepted the "Oil for Food" program, proposed by the US. Since that proposal there is documented proof Saddam Hussein has been amassing weapons of annihilation, at times enough to destroy the entire world two times over. Testing of such weapons has been carried out on villages of his own people, and there are suggestions of summary executions and sadistic tortures routinely taking place with in Iraq. Saddam's writing suggests progressive disintegration in the slack forms. The weapon-like forms and general muddiness suggest egoism, pretense of vigor and power, unpredictability and maladjustment. The potential for Saddam Hussein to create world-wide havoc and destruction, according to his writing, is extremely high.
* POSTEA -- CAPTURE & TRIAL: Saddam was captured Saturday (December 11, 2003) night by US soldiers of the 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, and special operations forces of Task Force 121 about nine miles from his hometown of Tikrit and on the other side of the Tigris River from one of his lavish palaces. He had been hiding underground in a 6-to-8 foot deep hole, equipped with a basic ventilation and covered with bricks and dirt. Currently, Saddam Hussein is still awaiting trial by an Iraqui special tribunal. The judge in the case, Parwiz Muhammad Mahmoud al-Merani (a Kurdish member of the PKU party) and his son Aryan al-Mermani (a prosecutor in the trial) were assassinated March 1, 2005. Saddam is being tried along with others who are part of the Baathist mass murderers group.