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10/21/2005 04:21 AM ID: 50801 Permalink   

Lawyer in Saddam Trial Kidnapped

 

Sadoun Nasouaf al-Janavi, a defense lawyer acting for one of Saddam Hussein's co-defendants has been kidnapped, along with 7 others, from his office in eastern Baghdad.

Sadoun Nasouaf al-Janavi is one of 13 lawyers on the defense team at the trial in which the identities of 4 out of 5 of the judges have been kept secret.

Only the identities of the lead prosecutor and chief judge have been revealed and the trial is due to restart on 28 November.

 
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  He's Dead Already  
 
Body found shot shortly afterwards.
 
  by: kuryakin   10/21/2005 06:18 PM     
  Wow  
 
I was pretty much expecting something like this to happen. There are many, many people in Iraq who want Sadam dead, and probably see his lawyers as being just as evil. They don't realize that a fair trial requires a defense. Actually, they probably just don't care and don't want him to have a fair trial. I can't say I blame them, as most people would probably feel the same way if they had loved ones killed by Saddam's regime.
 
  by: DeadTaco   10/21/2005 09:54 PM     
 
 
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