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Saddam Hussein Statue Chains
US Army Chains

Origin

U.S. Army

Type

Chains

Effects

When wrapped around something a human can pull it down with ease if they are around people that hate what they are trying to pull down

Downsides

None

Activation

Used

Collected by

Agents Jacob Torres and Jennifer Lockhart

Section

Sun Tzu28D

Aisle

28D-04A

Shelf

73263-3453-4346

Date of Collection

10/2005

[Source]


OriginEdit

Originally, the 12-meter tall statue was erected in honor of the 65th birthday of Saddam Hussein, and it soon became a symbol of Hussein's oppression of the Iraqi people. On April 9th, 2003 an advanced unit of the United States Marine Corps arrived at the square, secured the area and made contact with the foreign journalists who had been quartered in the Palestine Hotel at the square. Shortly after their arrival a group of Iraqi civilians started to attack the statue. One of them, Kadhem Sharif, attempted to knock it down with a sledgehammer. He failed, however, and the Marines soon involved themselves with attempting to remove it themselves. With the aid of chains along with a M88 armored recovery vehicle, they pulled the statue down.

EffectsEdit

When wrapped around something a human can pull it down with ease if they are around people that hate what they are trying to pull down.

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