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(Studio: Peter Jennings) A closer look at the case against Saddam Hussein before a trial comes about introduced.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The evidence against Saddam reviewed; incriminating video & photos of brutality shown; details given of documents linking Saddam to deaths, chemical weapons, prisons, mass graves etc. [Former US ambassador Peter GALBRAITH- says mass killers turn out to be bureaucrats.] [Iraq Memory Foundation Kanan MAKIYA- says the evidence will indict Saddam & his regime; states Saddam is responsible for two million deaths.] [Iraqi Governing Council MEMBER - says Saddam tried to justify his crimes.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The options for a trial of Saddam examined. [Former US legal adviser to the Iraqi Council Noah FELDMAN- says he will be tried for genocide, war crimes etc.; states only Iraqis can mete out justice.] [Sarah Lawrence College professor Fawaz GERGES- says a domestic trial will not be seen as legitimate; comments on the problems with an Iraqi government.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Ross, Brian;
- Thomas, Pierre
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