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I've said it before and

I've said it before and I'll say it again, as many times as it takes:

There is no need to find other WMD in Iraq. Saddam was the biggest one of all, and that's all that should matter to anyone.

From Instapundit:

Videotapes showing people being tortured and executed by Saddam Hussein's regime are being bought on the streets of Baghdad by Iraqis anxious to trace missing relatives. Saddam Hussein's regime filmed executions Most of the tapes date from the Shia Muslim insurgency that erupted after the first President George Bush urged Iraqis to overthrow the former Iraqi leader in the wake of the 1991 Gulf War.

Many of the executions took place in Najaf and Karbala.

As Glenn said:
I don't quite understand, though, how people can say that we should have toppled him in 1991, but that it was wrong to do so in 2003.

If that's not good enough for you, there's always this:

Witnesses described yesterday how Iraqi intelligence officers executed at least 150 prisoners in early April, three days before US troops entered Baghdad.

The bodies of the dead, all blindfolded with cloth torn from their shirts and with their hands tied behind their backs, were dumped in a long trench in the grounds of the Salman Pak military training camp, 35 kilometres south-east of Baghdad.

All were men dressed in prison uniforms and all had been shot in the back of the head with a single bullet from a pistol.

Yesterday a dozen volunteers from a Shia Muslim party dug with spades and their bare hands to remove the bodies from the grave. The victims carried no identification but they were all thought to be Shia prisoners. One had a small copy of the Koran in his chest pocket.

But hey, who cares about a few dead Iraqis, right? I mean, it's not like they're Americans or Brits, so why should we care?

I'm fed up with people who can't put aside their hatred for Bush

10 June 2003
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