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November 29, 2005

Tribune-Review (Nov. 29) - News Writing

I read “Defendants Dominate Saddam’s Trial” by Nancy A. Youseff. The article shows the defiance of Saddam even though he and his co-defendants are on trial for the murder of 150 people and face execution. Saddam even went as far as to yell at the judge and tell him to order the police to make sure the elevator is working so he wouldn’t have to walk up four flights of stairs (he could never survive Seton Hill).

It struck me as odd that the judge would let Saddam yell at him the way he did. Saddam is no long in power and is a prisoner. It makes you think that the people of Iraq are still terrified of Saddam. It only reassures me that the decision to take him out of power was a good one.

Posted by SeanRunt at November 29, 2005 12:04 PM

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