< HOME  Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Defending Saddam: EXTREMELY Bad for your health

I know attorneys are not always likeable. But, this is a little extreme.
One of Saddam Hussein's lawyers was abducted from his home and later found shot to death Wednesday, becoming the third member of the defence team killed since the former Iraqi leader's trial began eight months ago.

Khamis al-Obeidi, who represented Saddam and his half brother Barzan Ibrahim in the trial, was abducted at about 7 a.m. local time by men wearing police uniforms, court and police officials said.

He was shot dead and his body was later found on the street near Sadr City.
When assassins want to hide their identities, they know how to do it. These guys wanted the world to know (or think) that the killers are the same ones doing all the so-called ethnic cleansing.
Unlike some of other members on the defence team, al-Obeidi continued to live in Baghdad during the trial, even after two other defence lawyers were killed.

"Whatever will be will be," he told Reuters last year.
Hmmm . . .
"Que sera, sera,
Whatever will be, will be;
The future's not ours to see.
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be."
And now he's dead. Alfred Hitchock couldn't have come up with a scarier ending.

Saddam must be in panic mode.

Qui Bono?


At Wednesday, June 21, 2006, Anonymous Mighty Thor said...

Saddam Knows Too Much
(Mighty Thor, 21 Jun 06)

Saddam has to go--He knows toooo much. It's a lot like the situation with Slobodan Milosevic whom Judeo-oligarchs of Council on Foreign Relations (CFR--see TheNewAmerican.com) accused of genocide--and then probably murdered. The real murderers, as we now have confirmed, were USA leaders and KLA (Kosovo Liberation Army) clients and cut-throats.

Best, most brilliant info on Iraq situation comes fm Judicial-inc.biz. Honest elections and death to the Fed. Thor

At Friday, June 23, 2006, Anonymous romunov said...

Hehe qrswave, I was thinking the very same thing - qui bono. In the end, that is the second most important question that needs to be answered. The first one is "who did it/who had it done".

Situation in Iraq must be dire. To have so many to-hire goons walking around with guns, taling police uniforms (or are they really stealing them?) can't be healthy.

I wonder how many are working for "bordering nation".


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