Will Uday's legacy live on?
Sharar Haydar was at home in London when one of his brothers in Baghdad notified him by text message.
"Congratulations, Uday is dead."
Haydar, a former Iraqi national soccer team member, was among the first Iraqi athletes to alert the Western world to the horrors of Uday Hussein, that nation's former Olympic and soccer chief. Unlike other exiled athletes who were overcome with fear, he had risked the safety of his family by detailing the torture of athletes, including himself. When ...
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