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Amir Hamudi Hasan al-Sadi (born 5 April 1938) was a Presidential Scientific Advisor to Saddam Hussein under Ba'athist Iraq who was behind Iraq's chemical weapons program.

Biography

Amir Hamudi Hasan al-Sadi was born on 5 April 1938 in Iraq to a Sunni Muslim Arab family, and he became a scientific advisor to the dictator of Ba'athist Iraq, Saddam Hussein. al-Sadi was Saddam's liaison with the United Nations weapons inspectors, and he told the UN that all of Saddam's chemical weapons had been destroyed. He was dismissed as a liar, but the lack of proof about the presence of WMDs vindicated him.

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