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Iraq / Saddam's Trial / Roadside Bombings #810818

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 05, 2005
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Nick Watt) The trial of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on charges of executing 140 people in Dujail in 1982 featured; scenes shown from the Baghdad courtroom, including the testimony of witness Ahmed Mohammed†† & the courtroom antics of Saddam; details given of the court's censorship of the irate Saddam. [In court, former US attorney general Ramsey CLARK†- says we will leave.] [NYU law school Noah FELDMAN†- outlines what Saddam is doing to make the trial appear illegitimate.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The appointment of retired Gen. Montgomery Meigs to develop tactics & technology to be used against roadside bombings in Iraq reported

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Watt, Nick

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