IRAQ, Baghdad. 2003-12-18. Letters - send by the International Red Cros - from General Amir al-Saadi to his wife Helma. Amir al-Saadi was Saddam Hussein's top science adviser. He turned himself in to United States marines in downtown Baghdad on April 12, 2003, after telling a German journalist that Iraq had no chemical or biological weapons. ''Nothing, nothing, '' General Saadi said during a taped interview in his Baghdad home before surrendering to the marines. ''I'm saying this for posterity, for history, not for defending the regime.'' â ''Time will bear me out, '' he said. ''There will be no difference after the war is over.'' He was #32 on the most-wanted list, and seven of diamonds in the card deck. As such he has been subjected to solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. The International Committee of the Red Cross stated in its confidential report to the coalition authority that this constituted a "serious violation of the Third and Fourth Geneva Conventions".
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