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Saddam Hussein Sentenced To Death

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posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 02:50 AM

Originally posted by dgtempe

Why dont you answer the question?

Because I'm sworn to secrecy, and if I disclose my sources, men in black will drop from silent black helicopters and take me away!

Should i put you in a brightly lit room and threaten you with opposite and negative electrical wires or something, while i have a water hose handy??

Sounds good! I can't wait!

You dont know- nobody knows.

That's why I said "most likely".

posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 03:35 AM
i see quite a contradiction here.

To want someone to die because that person is a bad person, means that you are not a better person then the person you want to see die in the first place.

posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 03:59 AM
Now that Saddam I is out of the picture, there's plenty lining up to be Saddam II.

So meet the new bosses, same as the old bosses...

Iraq gov't may reinstate Saddam backers AP
BAGHDAD, Iraq - A day after Saddam Hussein was sentenced to hang, the Shiite-dominated government offered a major concession Monday to his Sunni backers that could see thousands of members of the ousted dictator's Baath party reinstated in their jobs.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

Maybe they should hold a Saddamathon to raise funds for indigent tyrants:
Survey Says Iraq Among Most Corrupt Nations

[edit on 7-11-2006 by Regenmacher]

posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 06:26 AM
Well this sure sounds fishy too;

...Court Won’t Finish Writing Decision Until Thursday

The full verdict, a document of several hundred pages, explaining how and why today’s judgment was reached was not released. U.S. officials said it should be ready by Thursday. So why issue the verdict today? U.S. court advisors told reporters today it was delayed mainly for technical reasons.

The court was created by the administration-controlled Coalition Provisional Authority and the administration still exercises considerable control over the court. The New York Times reports, “American influence…has been undeniably pervasive, with about 90 percent of the $145 million in annual costs for the court and associated investigations paid for by the United States Justice Department, and lawyers sent by Washington acting as advisers.”

Well ofcourse they have to announce the Verdict early - the Midterm Elections will already be over on Thursday!

Ofcourse, the Whitehouse correspondant, Tony Snow, denies that U.S. had any role in the timing of the verdict.


posted on Nov, 7 2006 @ 06:33 AM
I find it truly pathetic that a trial of one secondrated dictator has so much influence on the elections in last world's superpower.

I hope Saddam won't be hanged too soon, so he can write his memoirs. I'm especially interested in his thoughts on his western "sponsors".

posted on Dec, 29 2006 @ 11:03 PM

Originally posted by subz
Also who says that this "Saddam" will actually die? Isnt it the norm to put a bag over their head? Also have you not heard PM Tony Blair say that he "opposes the death penalty for Saddam or any one else"? Oh dear...

Or have him executed before any one could really react and not speedily release footage from the "single camera" there to bear witness to this "hanging".

This has all the hallmarks of a psy-op.

posted on Dec, 29 2006 @ 11:19 PM
So the big bad dic is dead! Proove it, I saw decapitations on the net within minutes of them taking place. How come I cant find one picture or even video with a rope around his neck anywhere on the net. This is ATS do me justice peoples..

Just a thought.

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