We all thought Thanksgiving was over. But for Saddam Hussein, it seems that it will always be a never-ending nightmare.
The deposed and captured leader of Iraq has spoken with several reporters in an exclusive interview and has revealed the details of his flight and capture.
"I was in Texas, on Georgie's ranch, playing golf with Osama and Jimmy Hoffa---man, that guy is old. Suddenly, these five secret service men grabbed me and stuffed me in a bag. Then I was loaded on what seemed to be the luggage compartment of a plane and was dropped off in the deserts of Iraq. This happened around November 27, I think," Hussein recalls in a surprisingly excellent American accent.
"The next thing I know, I'm in this damn rat hole, and some soldiers throw in a turkey...without stuffing!! And the meat was so dry. How could they treat me this way?" Mr. Hussein said, his voice quivering now.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has reportedly received a strong complaint letter from Mr. Hussein, reminding them of their "duty in advocating the basic civil rights and liberties that should be accorded to me."
No one was available to comment as of press time.