dimanche 18 décembre 2011

US / Iraq: Two irreparable injustice toward Iraq and Saddam Hussein.

 The man who made the existence of Iraqi biological weapons program.

         The information provided by the Iraqi engineer Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi on biological weapons of Saddan Hussein straight out of his imagination. The engineer himself, nicknamed "Curveball, taken by surprise" which recognized 14 February 2011 in the columns of the British daily "The Guardian". The storyteller, located in Germany since 1999, explains why and how he managed to fool the U.S. Secret Service.
         In 2000, questioned by German intelligence, Rafiq Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi who dream of overthrowing Saddam Hussein decided to fabricate the existence of an Iraqi biological weapons program.
         He imagines the chemical accident that killed twelve people in 1998, the working sessions held on Friday night, days of prayer in Iraq to escape the control of the inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
         "I had the opportunity to get a story to overthrow the regime, and I'm proud,"
said he to the newspaper "The Guardian".

Americans take this as "firsthand evidence".

         Despite the denials made by the former head of Janabi at the end of 2000, Americans use disinformation and false exhume timely program in late 2002 to justify the invasion of Iraq in March 2003.          Secretary of State, General Collin Powell called the Iraqi defector information "first hand evidence" in his speech to the UN on 5 February 2003.
         On February 16, 2011, he denied knowing that the informant was unreliable and demanded an explanation from the CIA.
         In these memories (one pad of 815 pages) published February 8, 2011 under the title "Things known and things unknown,"
Donald Rumsfeld (78) that President George W. Bush affectionately nicknamed "Rumstud", then Secretary of State for Defence, admits having committed "errors of language" speaking of the existence of weapons of mass destruction and drives the point home: "There is what is known and what is not known. There is what is known and ignore what we do not know we know "
         The Iraq war has cost 700 billion dollars. She has more than 4,500 deaths in the U.S. military and hundreds of thousands of lives in Iraq. He acknowledged that President George W. Bush himself, "never asked during the preparations if the war was a good decision."
The engineer Janabi received German citizenship in 2008: "But I will not deny that I had problems. The German secret service I have taken the apartment and the phone they had available to me, "he confessed to the newspaper" The Guardian "

Second injustice against Saddam Hussein "to be shot and not hanged"

         On July 26, 2006, during his trial, Saddam Hussein declared that he preferred to be shot rather than be hanged if convicted to death by the Iraqi Special Tribunal, charged with judging for the crackdown against the village Shi'ite Dujail in 1982. On June 19, 2006, in his indictment, the prosecution had demanded the death sentence of the dictator.
         Former soldier, he refused to be hanged as a "common criminal".
December 30, 2006, this was refused as "the last will of the condemned,"
he was indeed hanged like a common criminal.

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