Did anyone else see this last night? Sorry , it may just be me , but he came across as hesitant to level any criticism at anyone, in spite of the fact he was the author of "Revolt on the Tigris" and has some strong things to say about what happened. Stephen Saceur repeatedly fed him things he had said for comment, and he repeatedly seemed to side-step them. I was left a bit confused by that interview. Anyone else see it?