Description: NEWSFEED: 4/9/03, STATUE SADDAM, DICK CHENEY, IRAQI AMERICAS, PRO WAR AMERICAN & IRAQI MEN & WOMEN MI FLAGS MARCH, RUMSFLED, MEYERS ;Dick Cheney press conference speech talking head, Iraqi Americans celebrate Saddam's defeat, same news package on 81027 ;Americans roll through baghdad, American Flag on statue of Saddamd Hussein briefly, Hussein statue falls, news coverage graphics ; Happy Iraqis in the streets, Happy Iraqis at home, talking head journalist, crying Iraqi family at home, talking head journalist ;Marchers wear american and Iraqi stuff - flags signs waving, Iraqi Americans celebrate liberation of Iraq, aerial track pedestrian ; The track pro Iraqi freedom marchers in Michigan snow on the ground for a while, Pro Iraqi and Pro American flag wavers walking ; Pro Iraqi Pro American march slows a little bit, walking rally consolidates efforts, Looks very pro Iraqi ; Traffic Jam because of march, aerial over marchers with traffic jam close behind, Police block marchers ; Marchers rally on street corner waving American and Iraqi flags, Aerial around Iraqis picture of ayatollah Iman; On ground POV with marchers holding 'V' for victory and chanting U.S.A., American and Iraqi supporters walk past camera ;Tape starts messing up, Aerial over marching crowd, cars drive past camera honking waving flags after war both Iraqi and American ; Aerial over victory rally men and women, men give out candy and prizes, Aerial around American and Iraqi supporters ; Supporters jump and waveto camera and each other,lots of frenetic energy ;Donald Rumsfeld talking headpress conference, General Meyers talking head press conference three week update; Rumsfled and Meyers together and looking it, they are totally holding hands behind podium ; Rumsfeld talking head answers question, Meyers talking head at press conference. The answers seemed a little off ;
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