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Saddam's attorney: 'When is this man going to be charged?'

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posted on May, 28 2005 @ 11:10 AM
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Originally posted by spliff4020
Now what??? Wait from them to get their collective a**es together and try him. Its their problem, not ours. We aint gonna sue him because he doesnt have anything left for us to take, but his life, and thats for his own people to do, not us.

Its their problem, not Yours?

If its "their" problem, why did US invade then?

Why dont the International Court sue him, like they are sueing Slobodan Miloshevic?

Arent they on a kind of a same level?

[edit on 28/5/05 by Souljah]




posted on May, 28 2005 @ 01:25 PM
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Slobo was different. We went in with the UN. With Iraq, we were pretty much on our own. But the people of Iraq want to try him, so I dont see a problem with it. Besides, isnt Slobo still waiting trial? If so, Saddams got a long wait ahead of him.

I still think its better to try him in Iraq, by his own people. Its a show of good faith towards the people there. We were there to get rid of him. We did that, not alls they have to do is stop blowing themselves up on a daily basis, and they'll be ready to go.



 
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