Will Saddam Crack?

Nearly a month after being extracted from his hole, Saddam Hussein remains defiant and uncooperative, according to Iraqi sources. But papers recovered from a briefcase he rather carelessly carried around have provided the Coalition Provisional Authority with a wealth of intelligence. The documents have helped expose the identities of several key resistance leaders, a senior Iraqi source tells TIME. And clues culled from the papers led U.S. forces last week to an alleged ring of Islamic terrorists operating out of the Sunni mosque Ibn Taimiya in Baghdad. The raid netted at least 32 suspected militants, including 26 who were wanted by...

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