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    How did Saddam Hussein spend his last days in prison?

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    How did Saddam Hussein spend his last days in prison? Empty How did Saddam Hussein spend his last days in prison?

    Post by Rocky Sun 04 Jun 2017, 2:00 am

    How did Saddam Hussein spend his last days in prison?

    BAGHDAD, June 4 (UPI) - One of Saddam Hussein's bodyguards talked about the days of the last Iraqi president in prison and how he spent.
    The guard said Saddam had spent his last days in prison listening to American singer Mary Gleeige and doing other activities.
    "Saddam Hussein and his American guards" Saddam Hussein was listening to hiphop music and eating pancakes, "said Will Bardenwerber in his new book, The Prisoner in His Palace.
    He noted that he loved this singer, famed for the song "Family Affair", and loved to ride a bike and look after the park in his prison, while awaiting trial, according to the newspaper "The Australian."
    "Saddam loved the plants in the covered prison garden and he took care of them until it became a beautiful flower," he said, adding that he was very polite and liked to smoke Cohiba cigarettes, which he stored in an empty box of wet napkins.
    He explained that during his last days Saddam was friendly and friendly with American guards, and he would spend time with them and tell them stories about his family. Finished

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