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Tariq Aziz refuses to testify against Saddam: lawyer
Agence France-Presse via Sydney Morning Herald ^ | December 25, 2004 | Agence France-Presse

Posted on 12/24/2004 6:44:25 AM PST by WmShirerAdmirer

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To: WmShirerAdmirer
Under Islamic Honorable Terrorist Sharia Law, Tariq Aziz refuses to testify against Saddam: Honorable Sharia Law lawyer

....Hmmmmm.....sounds like Islamic-U.N. privilege....NO REAL JUSTICE AFTER ALL......

?......Islamic Honorable Sharia Law = 'WMD'.....?

/sarcasm

21 posted on 12/24/2004 2:47:53 PM PST by maestro
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....So is this fear or arrogance in Tariq-Aziz?...

Perhaps it is neither. I would choose the term loyalty. Aziz has little to gain by providing direct testimony against Saddam, especially when the fact is leaked. Certain benefits may accrue to his relatives, including life. It is reasonable to think that his relatives may be spared if he doesn't testify.

Having said that, he may have and probably did secure favorable treatment for his family by providing his captors with other factual assistance in secret.

This is a case of having it both ways and achieving limited objectives by playing both side.

There are plenty of others to provide the devistating testimony to do Saddam in.


22 posted on 12/24/2004 3:28:59 PM PST by bert (Don't Panic.....)
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To: Jim Noble

you mean the iraqi interim government is afraid of prosecuting these guys? the cleanup over there needs to start someplace, right now the iraqi military forces don't seem to be able to even get a shot off against the insurgency - maybe they could practice by shooting a stationary target, Chemical Ali tied to a post.


23 posted on 12/25/2004 6:45:13 PM PST by oceanview
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right now the iraqi military forces don't seem to be able to even get a shot off against the insurgency

There is no possibility of making progress with potential Iraqi collaborators until Saddam is killed.

The Iraqis aren't going to do it.

Are we?

24 posted on 12/25/2004 7:24:42 PM PST by Jim Noble (Colgate '72)
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To: Jim Noble

can we at this point, or has the time passed for us as the occupying power, to merit out justice and punishment like this?


25 posted on 12/25/2004 7:32:35 PM PST by oceanview
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You stole the very words from my mouth. Hang him in front of the largest Saddam palace in Bagdad. Leave him out for a week just to make a point that others who choose to follow suit know what their fate will be.


26 posted on 12/25/2004 7:45:27 PM PST by zerosix
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