So long, Heisenberg/Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri.
Iraqi officials on Friday said they believed the former right hand man to Saddam Hussein, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, had been killed while fighting for ISIS north of Baghdad.
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Al-Douri had long been a fugitive, having been listed as the "King of Clubs" on the deck of cards issued by the U.S. military to help capture the most wanted officials of Saddam Hussein's regime
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Despite television images purporting to show his dead body, al-Douri's supporters denied he had been killed, so the remains will undergo DNA testing, the BBC reported.
So when major media outlets broke the news that the longtime fugitive was believed dead, commenters were quick to share their feelings of relief, amazement, and, well...