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English: Iraqi-American, Samir, 34, pinning deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein to the ground during his capture in Tikrit, on Saturday July 24, 2004. Samir was the translator for the U.S. Special Forces that helped find Hussein and pull him from his hiding place on December 13, 2003. Samir recently met with U.S. President Bush and thanked him for liberating Iraq.
Date 2004-07-24

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2004-09-10 (first version); 2004-09-14 (last version) Transfered from en.wikipedia
Source US Army photo
Author Original uploader was G3pro at en.wikipedia Later version(s) were uploaded by Joseph Dwayne at en.wikipedia.
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