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Saddam’s arrest answers local prayer

When Army Special Forces Ret. Col. Tom Boggs went to sleep at his farm on Saturday night he said a prayer for the troops and their efforts in Iraq. Little did he know early Sunday morning his prayers would be answered.

The United States Army 4th Infantry was given credit for the capture of Hussein, but there were more units involved in this elaborate plan to finally catch him.

When they found Hussein, he was deep inside a dirt pit big enough for just him.

Hussein surrendered to the American forces without a single bullet being fired.

The political leaders of Alabama agree with Boggs and Belcher in that today is a wonderful day for the people of America.

U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions agreed with Senator Shelby in praising the U.S. military.

Rep. Davis, Sen. Shelby, and Sen. Sessions all agree that Hussein needs to stand trail for his actions and that the people of Iraq are finally free.

Although coalition forces have Hussein in custody Sen. Sessions thinks more terrorist actions will take place in Iraq.