President Bush is said to "very happy" about the capture of Saddam Hussein. A spokesman quotes him as saying the Iraqi people can finally be assured that Saddam is "not coming back." The President told the spokesman that the Iraqi people can "see it for themselves." The hunt for Saddam Hussein came to an end at a farmhouse south of his hometown of Tikrit (tih-KREET`). The U-S commander in Iraq says the former Iraqi leader was hiding in a dirt hole when he was captured by U-S forces. Six-hundred troops were involved in "Operation Red Dawn." Iraqi journalists in Baghdad stood and cheered when they first saw video of Saddam Hussein undergoing a medical exam. A man wearing gloves looked through Saddam`s disheveled hair and then placed a tongue-depressor in the former leader`s mouth. British Prime Minister Tony Blair says Saddam Hussein`s capture is an opportunity to "bring about unity, reconciliation and peace" for the people of Iraq. Blair says the former leader is gone from power and "he won`t be coming back." Now what? U S officials say they haven`t decided what to do with Saddam Hussein now that they`ve captured him. One option is to have him tried before a recently formed special tribunal in Iraq. In the meantime, the U-S commander in Iraq says the military is still processing him.