| The Interrogator Behind
Saddam Hussein's Capture
We are thrilled to announce GDA Speakers' newest exclusive, Eric Maddox.
In July of 2003, Staff Sergeant Maddox was deployed to Baghdad alongside intelligence analysts and fellow interrogators. Their assignment was clear: gather actionable intelligence - leads that could be used to launch raids on High Value Targets within the insurgency.
After months of chasing down leads, interrogating hundreds of detainees and developing his own interrogation technique to gain cooperation from prisoners, Sergeant Maddox uncovered crucial details about the insurgency. In his final days in Iraq, Maddox closed in on the dictator's inner circle and, within hours of his departure from the country, was able to pinpoint the precise location of Saddam's Tikrit spider hole.
His book, Mission: Black List #1, offers the full, behind-the-scenes account of the search for Saddam Hussein, as related by the Army interrogator whose individual courage and sheer determination made the capture possible.