Iraqi VP rejects 'unjust' verdict in terror trial

Iraqi VP rejects 'unjust' verdict in terror trial

Baghdad : Iraq | Sep 10, 2012 at 12:58 PM PDT
Source: Taiwan News
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From self-exile in Turkey, Iraq's fugitive vice president scoffed Monday at a Baghdad court that sentenced him to the gallows for masterminding death squads against rivals, describing it as a puppet of the prime minister and saying he will not return to appeal the verdict. FULL ARTICLE AT Taiwan News
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