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The trial and execution of Saddam Hussein, a modern day 'Nuremberg Trials'


04-09-2016, 10:47 PM #1
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The former chief judge who presided over the trial that led to the sentencing and execution of Saddam Hussein has confirmed the obvious. That it was a trial funded by the USA to obtain a political result and to settle a score. 

The Nuremberg Trials were the biggest abomination of military trial process and law in history.  It seems that the All Lies hasn't learnt a thing and is still doing exactly the same thing, whilst their war criminal leaders receive awards and titles and spread their propaganda bs about 'good wars' and 'peace, freedom and liberty'. 

Quote:Trial of Saddam Hussein was victor’s justice’ – Ex-tribunal judge to RT

Published time: 9 Apr, 2016 23:11

The former chief judge that presided over Saddam Hussein’s trial told RT in an exclusive interview how the tribunal, which was dependent on the US, lacking in legitimacy, and overshadowed by the killing of lawyers, sentenced the Iraqi strongman to death. 
In November of 2006, Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death by hanging three years after a US-led “coalition of the willing” invaded Iraq, removing him from power as the country’s leader. 

The hanging itself was carried out at the US’ Camp Justice military base – an act that has been criticized by a number of governments and described by rights groups as cruel and unfair.   
The tribunal leading to the death sentence was also regarded by many as a “political show” and “vengeful action,” with international law experts questioning its legitimacy and fairness.  

Former Chief Judge Rizgar Amin, who oversaw the trial of Hussein and seven former members of his government, shared details regarding the notorious trial with RT. Amin, the only judge whose name was made public at the trial’s opening in October of 2005, resigned in January of 2006 following pressure from the government to speed up the proceedings, according to Reuters. 

"The trial was, to a larger extent, of a political nature. Ruling circles as well as various political forces had impact on it," he said.
 

https://www.rt.com/news/339076-saddam-tr...s-justice/
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04-25-2016, 09:35 AM #2
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(04-09-2016, 10:47 PM)Stride Wrote:  The former chief judge who presided over the trial that led to the sentencing and execution of Saddam Hussein has confirmed the obvious. That it was a trial funded by the USA to obtain a political result and to settle a score. 

The Nuremberg Trials were the biggest abomination of military trial process and law in history.  It seems that the All Lies hasn't learnt a thing and is still doing exactly the same thing, whilst their war criminal leaders receive awards and titles and spread their propaganda bs about 'good wars' and 'peace, freedom and liberty'. 

Quote:Trial of Saddam Hussein was victor’s justice’ – Ex-tribunal judge to RT http://youtu.be/GA8z7f7a2Pk

Published time: 9 Apr, 2016 23:11

The former chief judge that presided over Saddam Hussein’s trial told RT in an exclusive interview how the tribunal, which was dependent on the US, lacking in legitimacy, and overshadowed by the killing of lawyers, sentenced the Iraqi strongman to death. 
In November of 2006, Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death by hanging three years after a US-led “coalition of the willing” invaded Iraq, removing him from power as the country’s leader. 

The hanging itself was carried out at the US’ Camp Justice military base – an act that has been criticized by a number of governments and described by rights groups as cruel and unfair.   
The tribunal leading to the death sentence was also regarded by many as a “political show” and “vengeful action,” with international law experts questioning its legitimacy and fairness.  

Former Chief Judge Rizgar Amin, who oversaw the trial of Hussein and seven former members of his government, shared details regarding the notorious trial with RT. Amin, the only judge whose name was made public at the trial’s opening in October of 2005, resigned in January of 2006 following pressure from the government to speed up the proceedings, according to Reuters. 

"The trial was, to a larger extent, of a political nature. Ruling circles as well as various political forces had impact on it," he said.
 

https://www.rt.com/news/339076-saddam-tr...s-justice/


It was a kangaroo court
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05-06-2016, 11:25 PM #3
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Who's to say it was really him that swung in the first place?

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." Albert Einstein
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