In Iraq, “willful killing, torture and enforced disappearance” is a crime

Former Iraq Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz has been sentenced to death by the US Iraqi puppet regime. Pending an automatic appeal, the internationally popular diplomat will hang with other henchmen/assistants of Saddam Hussein for the crimes of “willful killing, torture and enforced disappearance of persons.” Do they have the wrong man? Men? Nation? Expeditionary Force? How many consecutive sentences of hangings must the Bush-Obama Team America Junta receive, justice being proportional?

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1 Response to In Iraq, “willful killing, torture and enforced disappearance” is a crime

  1. Avatar Brother Jonah says:

    It’s only illegal if the regime doesn’t continue to be a willing vassal to the Oil Corporations. In which case the regime will be brutally put down along with as many of the citizens who don’t feel like being ruled and owned as though they were cattle.

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