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Thursday, June 02, 2005

This could get interesting

Perhaps there actually is good use for our ambulance chasing, tobacco plundering, fast food hunting, safety nazi, deep pocket robbing lawyers. How about we send all of them over to Iraq? One-way tickets preferably.

From Iraq The Model
In a conference held in the Kurdish Iraqi city of Halabja, Mrs. Nermin Othman the Iraqi minister of environment said that the city's people are still suffering from the effects of the chemical weapons that were used against the city by orders from Saddam back in 1988.

The minister also stated that judicial and administrative arrangements are now being made to prepare for putting the firms and individuals who supplied Saddam's regime with chemical weapons on trial.
From radio Sawa (Arabic).

I think some guys in old Europe will need to call their lawyers soon!
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