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[casi] on the appeal for the release of Huda Ammash

>Haliburton.  However, List members would be doing the >Iraqi people a
disservice if they fell into a trap of >defending the record of the
Ba'ath regime.  I do not wish >Dr Huda Ammash any harm, but she is not my

All the back and forth about this lady, the other scientists, and all of
the prisoners -- both here and in other lists -- point to an inescapable
conclusion: the thing which must be insisted on is a credible
international juducial process by which anyone accused of improper
conduct can get a fair hearing and defend themselves, and be treated in a
humane manner rather than be secretly corralled in pens like cattle.

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