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  • Saddam’s Trial Begins

    Posted by Chicago Boyz Archive on October 19th, 2005 (All posts by )

    Mohammed of Iraq the Model says: “We were watching an example of justice in the new Iraq, a place where no one should be denied his rights, not even Saddam.” RTWT.

    (Via neo-neocon.)

    I hope the trial goes well, in an orderly fashion, that witnesses have the courage to testify, that a good record is made, and that Saddam is put to death following a judgment on the merits.

     

    6 Responses to “Saddam’s Trial Begins”

    1. Richard H. Saunders Says:

      Chicago news! De Paul is having Ward Churchill speak. Many will be assembling to protest him. DePaul can be reached by el at the redline Fullerton stop. Start meeting around 4:30.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      The commenter “Aristides” on one of the Belmont Club threads put it well:

      Iraqis should bring Saddam to justice. This does not, however, necessitate a trial.

    3. Helen Says:

      I presume Saddam can reverse the old defence line and say: “I am innocent. I just gave the orders.”

    4. Ginny Says:

      Poor Richard, Do you really want to feed that insatiable ego by demonstrating?

      (Yes, I know I am enabling thread hi-jacking.)

    5. Vagabondia Says:

      Saddam’s Trial: Justice versus Jurisprudence?

      I understand that Europeans demonstrate an unassailable mastery of judicial procedure and administration, but do they know anything about justice?

    6. Jonathan Says:

      This is another good take on the trial.