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Iraq War / Saddam's Sentence #854165

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 2006
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) A series of car bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, noted; death toll for Iraqis and Americans cited.

(Baghdad: Randall Pinkston) The appeals court ruling upholding the death sentence for former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for his role in the Dujail executions featured; details given of the response from Amnesty International and Iraqi Shiites. [Saddam defense attorney Isam al-GHAZZAWI†- predicts Saddam’s execution will ignite a full-scale war.] The White House reaction discussed; scenes shown of President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush arriving in Texas with their dog.

Reporter(s):
Mitchell, Russ;
Pinkston, Randall
Duration:
00:03:00

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