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Buratha news website published a top secret document from former regime's secret service, revealing the ties between a supporter of MKO and Saddam's security services.
Buratha news website published a top secret document from former regime's secret service, revealing the ties between a supporter of MKO and Saddam's security services. This document exposed the relationship between MKO supporter Saleh Al-Mutlaq and Saddam's secret services. "After the fall of Saddam, he tried to distant himself from these relations but the documents show the reality," Buratha said. The document, No. 3501, dated May 2002 and signed by former Iraqi "Mokhaberat" (secret service), reveals that Saleh Al-Multaq worked for that secret service since 1999. The documented (translated from Arabic) is as follows: In the name of God, the most compassionate, the most merciful Top Secret Iraqi Republic President Intelligence Service No 3501 May 26, 2002 "Keep people's secrets and don't pass it to others and don't use it against friends", President, Commander Saddam Hussein Subj.: source (Saleh Mahmoud al-Mutlaq) We contacted this source in 1999 through one of our sources abroad. After hearing all his conditions and needs, we gave him what turned him into a valuable source ready to perform his duties. This was done by General Salman Mohammed al-Jaboori. *** To view the original document, please click <1>here<1>.

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