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    BREAKING NEWS: Saddam Guilty - Death Sentence

    Saddam was just found Guilty of crimes against humanity and the death sentence was imposed

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    reactions are in.....from Iraq....

    [IMG]http://bokertov.typepad.com/btb/images/iraqis_celebrate_zarqawi_death.jpg[/IMG]

    and America


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    and the leftist love for tyrany continues...

    [QUOTE][B]Saddam trial judge ejects Ramsey Clark[/B]
    05 Nov 2006 10:25:41 GMT

    BAGHDAD, Nov 5 (Reuters) - The judge presiding over the trial of Saddam Hussein and seven others on charges of crimes against humanity ejected former U.S. attorney general Ramsey Clark from the court on Sunday for insulting the tribunal.

    Clark, who heads an international team of lawyers involved in the defence, was ejected at the start of a hearing at which Saddam and two aides were convicted and sentenced to death.

    The judge, Raouf Abdul Rahman, ejected Clark because he had sent a memo to Abdul Rahman including the accusation that the tribunal was making "a mockery of justice".

    The judge told him in Arabic: "No, you are the mockery ... get him out, out."

    Abdul Rahman then shouted in English: "Out! Out!"

    "You come from America and ridicule the Iraqi people," he said.

    Clark had earlier said the trial was politically influenced, and that if Saddam were sentenced to death, it would be "victors' justice". [/QUOTE]

    [url]http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/L05192059.htm[/url]

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    He was guilty of many horrible crimes, however the question that needs to be asked is whether his execution will be a positive move for a post-war Iraq or whether it will push the country closer and closer to a civil war.

    IMO the best solution would be indefinite detention as opposed to hanging.

    Doesn't fit the old eye for an eye style of justice, but if it avoids greater chaos, I think it would be the best decision.

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    how about coming clean about everything 100% in exchange for his life

    do it by Tuesday AM and we're outta there , chop-chop

    otherwise to paraphrase Bo Diddley

    "i'll see you some day baby,
    maybe somewhere hangin' round"

    figures, the left wing only advocates death for their political opponents
    i e "Death of A President"

    the UN dont like due process ...time to get out

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    Last edited by flushingjet; 11-05-2006 at 06:28 PM.

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    the real saddam was dead years ago this is a body double

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    [QUOTE=broadwayjoe2]He was guilty of many horrible crimes, however the question that needs to be asked is whether his execution will be a positive move for a post-war Iraq or whether it will push the country closer and closer to a civil war.[/QUOTE]

    Since there's no way of knowing for sure, go with the court's decision. Personally, I think things will settle down. As long as that butcher is alive, the Sunnis have hope of regaining power with him again. Conversly, the Shias still fear that happening.

    [QUOTE]IMO the best solution would be indefinite detention as opposed to hanging.[/QUOTE]
    Hanging is too easy--how about water-boarding for a few days then handcuff him and lay him on a fire ant hill. Or maybe drag him through the streets like they did his statue and let the public deal with him.
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    Last edited by asuusa; 11-10-2006 at 12:23 AM.

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    Death sentence for Saddam sparks concern in Europe

    [quote]FRANCE: European leaders largely criticized the death sentence meted out to former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, with some calling for the verdict to be rescinded.[/quote]

    Buncha wimps---I bet they're more scared of riots by the ragheads living in Europe!

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    Put him back in power, he knows what to do with Iran!

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