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Globe Editorial

A reason to keep Saddam alive

December 28, 2006

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THERE ARE DIVERSE reasons for discontent with Tuesday's decision of an Iraqi appeals court upholding a death sentence for Saddam Hussein for the 1982 massacre of 182 men and boys in the Shi'ite town of Dujail. The independence of the judges who found him guilty of crimes against humanity has been questioned, as has a blatant lack of security for ... (Full article: 465 words)

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