posted on Jun, 7 2005 @ 06:38 PM
They can get him for all sorts of war crimes easily. There is that whole bit of failing to follow certain UN resolutions. Ones which gave the
authority to continue the war that had gone to cease-fire before. Or does everyone forget the weeks before in which all Saddam had to do was comply
with the regulations the UN had set out with specific penalties of renewal of hostilities? I seem to remember lots of requests sent, and news coverage
of investigators denied access to facililities. Simple stuff, that he'd agreed to, to stop Gulf War 1. And like North Korean nuclear talks, welched
on the agreement thinking his oil bribes to the UN would keep his ass safe.
Gassings of the Kurds and other nasty tricks will be icing on the cake. Rabidly partisan lawyers will come up with variations of the "Wookie
Defense" (There are no WMD's on Endor....therefore you must acquit!) and all sorts of things for the liberal media to latch onto and avoid the core
Of course, we could always send him back, put him on the Iraqi streets, remove our "security" and let the Iraqi public show him their "love".