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“Saddam Hussein's cousin told Iraq's High Tribunal on Monday that it had no right to try him for war crimes because he had the same kind of immunity from prosecution that U.S. forces enjoy in Iraq.”
Then the puppet prosecutor answered ( Munqith al-Faroon) that U.S. troops “have immunity in Iraq only. There were soldiers who were tried and received harsh punishment."
So according to this lunatic the punishment of the criminal George is staying safe in Washington DC? Who got punished by death for murders of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis? and Rapes of Iraq and Iraqis? and Destruction of Iraq?
The murderer George (the Coward) W. Bush knew why and how the invasion of Iraq should happen. One of the how’s is manipulation of intelligent reports. Here the main man of the CIA in Europe telling us the manipulation of the regime of George.
"The former chief of the CIA's Europe division, Tyler Drumheller, discusses the United States foreign intelligence service's cooperation with Germany, the covert kidnapping of suspected terrorists and a Bush adminstration that ignored CIA advice and used whatever information it could find to justify an invasion of Iraq."
read the story

US 'victory' against cult leader was 'massacre'

By Patrick Cockburn in Baghdad
Published: 31 January 2007
There are growing suspicions in Iraq that the official story of the battle outside Najaf between a messianic Iraqi cult and the Iraqi security forces supported by the US, in which 263 people were killed and 210 wounded, is a fabrication. The heavy casualties may be evidence of an unpremeditated massacre.

A picture is beginning to emerge of a clash between an Iraqi Shia tribe on a pilgrimage to Najaf and an Iraqi army checkpoint that led the US to intervene with devastating effect. The involvement of Ahmed al-Hassani (also known as Abu Kamar), who believed himself to be the coming Mahdi, or Messiah, appears to have been accidental.

The story emerging on independent Iraqi websites and in Arabic newspapers is entirely different from the government's account of the battle with the so-called "Soldiers of Heaven", planning a raid on Najaf to kill Shia religious leaders.

The cult denied it was involved in the fighting, say…