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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) The imminent execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for killing fellow Iraqis featured; details given about the timing & a Muslim holy festival & about the potential for a violent backlash after he is hanged. Statement from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki about the execution quoted.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The potential impact of the hanging introduced.
(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The US fear of revenge attacks by Sunni insurgents with car bombs targeting US forces & Shiite Muslims examined; details given of the security plan & heightened alert, including keeping the time & place of the execution secret. [ABC News military analyst Tony CORDESMAN- comments on the likely exploitation of the execution of "yesterday's man."] [Council on Foreign Relations Noah FELDMAN- says everyone is on alert all the time.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- McCarthy, Terry;
- Karl, Jonathan
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