Isn’t it strange that the Iraqi prosecutors found recordings of private speeches between Saddam and his colleagues on highly secret matters such as the chemical attacks? Why would Saddam record such conversations in the first place?Al-Majid, oddly, admitted that the voice on the tape is his but denied that the videos picture Saddam’s chemical attack (rather, Iranian). It seems to me, he was forced to authenticate a forged tape.Or how about that phrase of Saddam, “It [poison gas] will force them out of their homes without water or food. It makes them evacuate their homes naked.” Of course, poison gas has no such effect and Saddam knew that. Moreover, chemical weapons in the quantities which Iraq supposedly used would not kill “in thousands” as Saddam asserts on the tape.Sounds fishy to me. Any opinions?