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FNC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 02, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The trial in Iraq of former President Saddam Hussein updated; details given on defendants' continued boycott of the courtroom as they watched the proceedings on a video link, and today's testimony from prosecution witnesses; courtroom scenes shown.

(Pentagon: Brett Baier) The situation in Iraq updated; details given on a car bombing in Baghdad, an anti-war protestor interrupting Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's Press Club speech, and a "Washington Post" political cartoon that rubbed the Joint Chiefs of Staff the wrong way; scenes shown of the bomb site, the protestor, and the cartoon. [RUMSFELD†- says Iraqis will make their country work.] [Gen. Peter SCHOOMAKER†- talks about the letter the Joint Chiefs sent to the "Post."]

Smith, Shepard;
Baier, Brett

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