Soddim Hussein

#1
Questions:
Will SH trial ever come to a conclusion
Will there be enough judges left alive to reach a verdict
Will that verdict be guilty
Would sentence be death
Would it ever be carried out
What alternatives to any of above
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Does anyone here care a stuff?
 
#2
It will probably finish before Milosovich's farce.. I mean trial is over.
 
#3
I think he/'they' (not to be confused with 'them') will play the too ill to stand trial card at some point.

Also, is it just me who thinks he's really re-invneted himself with that open neck shirt look and beard? I half expect him to see him hosting his own chat show.
 
#5
Saddam's Wheel of Oil-for-Food Fortune?

He would also bring a whole new dimension to "Fear Factor" :twisted:
 

Fang_Farrier

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#6
Seeing as Bush already said he was going to be sentanced to death not sure why they bothered with a trial!
 

Goatman

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#8
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...dunno......cf Tookie Williams thread....and Mathew 7:1 which is a bit troubling in the context of vampiric psychos like Saddam...









Yes. Me. I don't want 98 British Service personnel to have died for no damn reason other some fly-by-night politician's personal vanity......and Iraq will have no peace until he is six feet under.


El Kabong
 

Fang_Farrier

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#9
And you think his death will bring peace to Iraq?
 

Goatman

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#10
Fang_Farrier said:
And you think his death will bring peace to Iraq?
Nope....but it would help.

If the guy who pulled him out of the spiderhole on December 15th 2005 had given him a 9mm assist I'm pretty sure we'd be further on than we are.The one thing ordinary Iraqis have feared above all else is that, somehow, he will claw his way out of jail and back into power. He would find that difficult dead.

I also agree with the editiorial in last Sunday's IOS that said:

At this point, the question must be confronted: is the presence of foreign troops now the chief cause of the violence?
Interestingly, for those on ARRSE who might be tempted to pigeon-hole the IoS as relentlessly antiWar come what may, the article concludes

On balance it is probably worth waiting in the hope that the elections usher in calmer times and serious reconstruction can begin. The only bright point in this whole sorry episode will be if we are able to plan an orderly departure and leave Iraq in a better shape than we found it. Anything else will constitute a shaming defeat
The real problem is that planning for withdrawal cannot be seriously addressed while the 'bunker mentality' holds sway....that is , the viewpoint that any talk of withdrawal is heterodox, defeatist and probably what the late and unlamented Senator McCarthy would have called ' un-American' ;-)

Le Chevre
 

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