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How long did it take for Saddams heart to stop beating ?

How long did it take for Saddam's heart to stop beating after he was hung ?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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I was not aware his heart was beating before he was hung. A man with that much hatred could not have had a human heartbeat. The man was a butcher and deserved to die for his crimes towards humanity.
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