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2006-04-01
anonymous din No Man's Land (...@gmail.com, IP: 68.149.215...)
2006-04-01 03:29
Casa Alba - incompetenti, demisia

The US secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, today admitted in Blackburn that the US had made "thousands" of tactical errors in Iraq, as she made a two-day visit dogged by anti-war protests.

Accompanied by the foreign secretary, Jack Straw, around a school, football club and arms factory in the north-west, Ms Rice also said the US had no wish to be the "world's jailor".

Her 48-hour trip has seen a visit to a mosque cancelled and her arrival, hotel and school visit were all picketed by anti-war protesters.

On the issue of Iraq, Ms Rice acknowledged during a question and answer session with an audience at Ewood Park, the ground of Blackburn Rovers, that the US had made mistakes.

"I know we have made tactical errors, thousands of them I am sure," she said.

traktorist din SMT (...@aol.com, IP: 207.200.116...)
2006-04-01 05:28
La un lucru facut

Agentura din Bucuresti (...@yahoo.co.uk, IP: 86.104.97...)
2006-04-02 00:55
Re: Probe masluite pentru o facatura de proces

Martorii pe care contau amerecanii s-au sucit!

BAGHDAD, March 13 (Reuters)
CONTESTED STATEMENTS
In a phase of the trial that began on Sunday, four local Baath party officials from Dujail had already made their appearances -- three of them contesting sworn statements that the prosecution said they had made in pre-trial proceedings.
One of these, appearing on Monday, said he could not read or write and denied making a statement signed by him in which he purportedly said he saw Saddam's half-brother and his vice president in Dujail when alleged plotters were being rounded up.
"The judge wrote this. I didn't say it. It is a lie. I can't read or write," Mohammed Azawi Ali al-Marsoumi told the court.
Saddam should testify later on Monday or, more likely, in the coming days before the trial adjourns for several weeks.
White-moustached and wearing a white headdress, he accused the investigating judge, Raed Jouhi, of fabricating evidence -- drawing a rebuke from chief trial judge Raouf Abdul Rahman.
"You wrote that!" Marsoumi later yelled at the chief prosecutor after Jaafar al-Moussawi read the statement. "I didn't say that ... I said one word and they wrote 30 lines."
Among the three defendants to testify on Sunday, one contested his sworn statement because he said he had signed it without having his spectacles and another said he had not read the statement before signing because he trusted Jouhi.
All four of those heard earlier are from Dujail.


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