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A new tape, aired by Skynews, shows Saddam Hussein paying a large amount of money to a terrorist group.
February 6, 2004-02-08 A new tape, aired by Skynews, shows Saddam Hussein paying a large amount of money to a terrorist group. Baroness Emma Nicholson, from the Liberal Party of Britain, says the tape is an uncontroversial document which proves the relationship of Saddam with international terrorist groups. The tape shows former Iraqi dictator paying money to an international terrorist group for conspiracy and murder. Baroness Nicholson says the men in the tape are the ones who were keeping Saddam's biological and chemical weapons. The tapes have been probably looted from one of Saddam's palaces, but Skynews can not confirm it independently. Of course, Baroness Nicholson says there are no doubt that the tapes show Saddam's relations with terrorism and chemical weapons.

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