$1 million reward offered for the heads of 12 Saddam collaborators

Published December 29th, 2003 - 02:00 GMT

The US-led occupying forces in Iraq have announced a reward of one million dollars per head for information leading to the capture or killing of the 13 remaining wanted senior members of the former Ba’athist Regime.  


Among those on the list are former head of the tribal affairs office Rukan Razuki Abd Al-Ghafar Sulayman Al-Majid Al-Tikriti and former Director of the Special Security Organization Hani’Abd al-Latif Tilfah al-Tikriti. 


The capture of Saddam Hussein brings to 42 the number of the “deck of 55” either captured or killed by Iraqi and coalition security forces. In November the CPA announced a $10 million reward for information on former vice-chairman of Iraq's Revolutionary Command Council Izzat Ibrahim Al-Douri. 


Persons providing information that leads to the killing or capturing of the 13 individuals will be eligible to collect all or a share of the reward posted depending on the number of persons who provide useful information that leads to the detaining action. 


Other rewards for information leading to the arrest of wanted activists range from $2,500 to $250,000. — (menareport.com) 

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