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Monday, May 15, 2006

War Crimes


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From Wikinews


Saddam Hussein's trial resumes, ex-Iraqi President formally charged


The trial of Saddam Hussein resumed Monday in Baghdad where the former Iraqi President is now officially charged with murder, with torturing women and children, and with razing farmland and authorizing the illegal arrests of 399 people in the 1980's.

And when they find out who was bankrolling Saddam, and supplying him with weapons to do all of these things, those people are going to be in very hot water.....

Oh.

Never mind.




4 Comments:

  • At 6:02 PM, Anonymous JMF said…

    [OT]: A restoration of representative democracy in America in 2006? Don't count on it! (I wonder how far off those inexplicably "erroneous" exit polls will be this time out!): Will the Major Media Finally Cover the Electronic Election Fraud Issue?, by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman [The Free Press] ==== ... Despite overwhelming evidence that George W. Bush has occupied the White House due to the fraudulent manipulations of the GOP Secretaries of State in Florida and Ohio, none of this has seeped into "journals of record" like the Times and Post. ==== Until this week. The Times was sparked out of its stupor on May 11, after officials in California and Pennsylvania warned that Diebold touch-screen machines, slated to be used in upcoming primaries, were hopelessly compromised. Michael Shamos, a professor of computer science and Pittsburgh's high-tech Carnegie-Mellon University, called it "the most severe security flaw ever discovered in a voting system." ==== Douglas W. Jones, a computer science professor at the University of Iowa, says "this is a barn door being wide open, while people were arguing over the lock on the front door." ... ==== The new concerns about Diebold's equipment were discovered by Harri Hursti, a Finnish computer expert who was working at the request of Black Box Voting Inc. The new report forced Diebold to warn of a "theoretical security vulnerability" that "could potentially allow unauthorized software to be loaded onto the system." ==== In other words, one of the prime manufacturers of the machines on which America casts its votes has admitted those machines can be hacked. ...

     
  • At 6:15 PM, Anonymous JMF said…

    ... the former Iraqi President is now officially charged with murder, with torturing women and children, and with razing farmland and authorizing the illegal arrests of 399 people in the 1980's. ==== Robert: How much MORE guilty those charges obviously make George W. Bush and his NeoConNazi accomplices, who've done ALL of the above to Iraq and its people, and are *still* illegally detaining 10,000 Iraqis, last I heard, in "Saddam's torture chambers"! Seems to me, at least in terms of "pressing priorities", that the WRONG man is on trial here.

     
  • At 8:24 PM, Blogger Robert said…

    Yes, indeedy.

    Check out Mickey Z.

    http://www.smirkingchimp.com/article.php?sid=26106&mode=nested&order=0

     
  • At 8:26 PM, Blogger Robert said…

    Ahhh shit it wouldn't post the full link.

    Follow the Skirking Chimp link over there and scroll down 'til you see Mickey's name.

     

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