Saddam's top trial judge, Raid Juhi al-Saadi, has been reported assassinated by Matt Drudge. U.S. officials have reportedly confirmed this as
reported by FOX news. Drudge has released a transcript of an NBC News bulletain that states the judge had been gunned down today. In 2004 the judge's
identity was revealed by British reporter Robert Fisk and the judge's safety has been in question ever since then.
BAGHDAD, Iraq — The judge overseeing the trial of deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has been assassinated, FOX News has learned.
U.S. officials confirmed Judge Raid Juhi, 35, has been killed, and Iraqi officials are expected to provide details on his assassination.
Saddam is on trial for war crimes and genocide. The former dictator appeared before a special tribunal in July, where the charges against him were
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As things have been heating up in the Middle East recently it is not so surprising to hear of more violence in Iraq especially after a deadly car bomb
killed scores. What is surprising is that the Iraqis are attacking elements of the new government directly responsible for handling Saddam's
Will this stir up public emotion for the man that was once their leader. Or will they sit back in their chairs with their new 'freedom' as some say
they have and watch the show just like it was a movie?
While Saddam whereabouts and the location of the tribunal were kept top secret, a photograph showing him being questioned by Juhi on July 1 had been
Juhi, who was also presiding over the criminal trials of 11 of Saddam's henchmen, has been living and working under U.S. and Iraqi military
protection. It was not clear how a group of gunmen managed to shoot and kill him.
While an obvious target for assassination, Juhi refused to hide in anonymity. In an interview with the New York Times last October, he explained www.foxnews.com...
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