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Americans use Saddam's palaces for their headquarters, Saddam's prisons to incarcerate their own prisoners, and promote democracy by closing newspapers they don't like, all giving the impression to Iraqis that they have substituted one set of oppressors for another.
US is paying the price for bungling the war
By H.D.S. Greenway | April 16, 2004

"THE FRUIT of the poison tree" is an aphorism taught in law schools pertaining to search and seizure. It means that if a law enforcement officer does something wrong in the beginning of the process, if he should fail to have a proper warrant, for example, then everything following from that mistake is similarly tainted. I fear that we are seeing that doctrine coming true in the mother of all search and seizures, Iraq.

posted by Hal 9:53 PM

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