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[casi-analysis] Meanings of terms

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Major Shavers, who announced the status of Saddam Hussein, at first called
him a prisoner of war but later claimed that he was in error and should have
said that Hussein was an ENEMY prisoner of war. He claims there are subtle
legal differences. Anyone know what they are..?

Cheers, Ken Hanly

PS. I have also heard that Rumsfeld denied he was a prisoner of war but it
was in a chat room and I couldnt access the URL posted. In many reports he
is just described as a plain POW..

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