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Misdirection with Saddam ...

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posted on Jan, 2 2007 @ 03:37 PM
I have noticed that the best way to get away with something that someone is trying to hide is not to cover it up but simply MI-DIRECT ... I am wondering if that could be the case here ...
BAGHDAD, Iraq - The prime minister on Tuesday ordered an investigation into the conduct of Saddam Hussein’s execution in a bid to learn who among the witnesses taunted the former Iraqi leader in the last minutes of his life and leaked a cell phone video.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

Why would it be such a big deal to show a hanging ? Especially whenever this person has been through the trials system of like 3 Governments ... and found guilty in all three of them !?!?!?

posted on Jan, 5 2007 @ 09:21 AM
can you please name the three countries where saddam has gone through the judicial process. Seems to me he went through one kangaroo court. And perhaps the us and uk governments should be on trial with him as they supplied alot of his weapons when Saddam was the Wests and good ole donny rumsfield best buddy

posted on Jan, 6 2007 @ 03:19 AM
Looks like someone OP is truly brilliant or has been watching "Swordfish"

This is probably misdirection. Our society has group-think and if you control it you control people and what topics they discuss, more importantly- what area of a topic.

They're playbook is straight out of Bernays- kinda funny.

posted on Jan, 6 2007 @ 05:20 PM
What do you mean misdirection? What is the story supposed to be misdirecting us from?

They should do an investigation, the same thing would be done in any country where a death sentence is being carried out and the people involved acted unprofessionally.

posted on Jan, 6 2007 @ 07:41 PM
I believe it was good that he was executed personally- but that's irrelevant.

I believe the OP is implying that by focusing on the unprofessionalism of the execution, it lessons people focusing on "was it ok that he was executed?" and discussion of this sort.

Think "usedcarsalesman"- they like to focus on how big and powerful the engine is instead of "oh yeah... by the way the car was in a felony robbery and was damaged after a cruiser fishtailed it... still interested?"

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