Editor's note: The following is a partial transcript of Kevin McCullough's exclusive interview with Saddam Hussein's former Air-Wise Marshall Georges Sada. His former position rank was No. 2 in Iraqi military operations. In the following partial transcript, he reveals where and how the weapons of mass destruction were hidden from the liberation coalition forces before the Iraqi invasion. To listen to the interview in its entirety, you may download it here in MP3/PodCAST format.
I believe the following words speak for themselves:
Kevin McCullough: Gen. Georges Sada, welcome to the WMCA MuscleHead Revolution broadcast.
Georges Sada: Thank you very much, Kevin.
KMC: There is a common conception, that is going around in America today, and I'd like to play you a sound bite from last night's Democratic response to President George W. Bush's State of the Union address.
SOUNDBITE: (Gov. Tim Keane, D-Va.) "We now know that the American people were given inaccurate information about reasons for invading Iraq."
KMC: General, were there weapons of mass destruction ... what had Saddam Hussein done with them, and where did they go?
GS: Well here I can say 2,000 times, that the WMDs were in Iraq, and that they were used against Kurds in the north, and people in the south against Shia people, and these weapons were there up to the summer of the year 2002. When a natural disaster happened in Syria, a dam was collapsed, and Saddam said he wanted to do an air-bridge humanitarian aid to Syrian people, those who were flooded in the area. But that was not true.
The thing he did was, he converted two aircraft, two airplanes, a 747 Jumbo, and a 727 and WMDs, raw materials, many other equipment were put in that two aircraft, by the special Republican Guard, in a very secret way and they were transported to Syria to Damascus and they did 56 flights, to make all – whatever has to do with weapons of mass destruction to be in Syria. AND besides to that, 18-wheel tractor trucks, civilian trucks, were also loaded of what couldn't go in the aircraft, and this was also transported to Syria.
KMC: You're saying 56 flights, 747s and 727s, transported – under the guise of humanitarian aid for victims of the dam break in Syria – Saddam Hussein transported his illegal weapons to Syria via that method, and also some 18-wheel trucks were also used in that effort?
GS: That's TRUE!
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