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Monday, December 05, 2005
This morning, from left: Clark; fellow international adviser Najib al-Nueimi,
a former Qatari justice minister; Khalil Dulaimi, head attorney for Hussein.
Example Three: Ramsey Clark on his client, Saddam Hussein: "He had this huge war going on, and you have to act firmly when you have an assassination attempt." What, is Clark, a former U.S. attorney general, saying, "Yeah, my guy's guilty as sin, but he had his reasons" or "But your honor, it was self-defense"? See Slate's take.