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A Collectible back issue of
Newsweek Magazine December 22, 2003
The cover story in the December 22 issue of Newsweek, (on newsstands Monday, December 15) focuses on the capture of Saddam Hussein. Following the breaking news, Newsweek was able to "hold the presses" to put this historic story on the cover of all its issues around the world. Plus, the Army drops espionage accusations against a Guantánamo Bay prison chaplain, reaction to the Pentagon's new bans on awarding Iraqi rebuilding contracts and an exclusive interview with golfer Tiger Woods.
"Don't shoot," were the words used by
Saddam Hussein when he was found in his "spider hole" in the Iraqi town of Ad
Dawr, a military source tells Newsweek. "I am Saddam Hussein, the President
of the Republic of Iraq," he said. Saddam "said very little," according to
Lt. Gen. Ray Odierno, commander of the Fourth I.D. "He did not make any
statement while he was there." Saddam was later described as resigned and
submissive, bewildered and disoriented. He apparently bumped his head as he
was pulled out of the hole. "Tired, he was a tired man, and also a man
resigned to his fate," said Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, commander of the U.S.
forces in Iraq.