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Iraq / Saddam Photos #790826

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 20, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The publication in tabloid newspapers of pictures of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in his Baghdad prison reported; photos in "The Sun" shown. Statement from the "New York Post" about Saddam & the photos quoted. [IRAQI

(thru translator) reacts to the pictures of the dictator.] ["Washington Post" Robin WRIGHT† - says this sends a signal of a sign of disrespect at a time when First Lady Laura Bush is in the region.] The administration's denial it leaked the photos noted. [Deputy press secretary Trent DUFFY† - says the president is disappointed these photos were released.] [President BUSH – says the photos do not inspire murders.] The Pentagon's promise to investigate noted.

Brown, Aaron

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