Justice Served

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Author(s) New York Post editorial board
Source New York Post
Date December 30, 2006
URL http://www.nypost.com/seven/12302006/postopinion/editorials/justice_served_editorials_.htm
Quotes-start.png "To be sure, the tribunal that sent Saddam Hussein to his just rewards might not have met the full, strict criteria of the U.S. criminal-justice system - though whatever its faults, they fell far short of the dire predictions of its critics. Besides, it's not as if there was mitigating evidence waiting to be admitted by a different set of judges. No one, save Saddam and his staunchest defenders, ever doubted that he was guilty as charged." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Trial was fair on the topic Trial of Saddam Hussein.