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Via AFP, an interesting strategy by LBJ’s former Attorney General-turned-Saddam-defense-counsel:

Ramsey Clark, the former US attorney general who is helping to defend Saddam, has submitted a motion recently claiming the judge “is not impartial and has a manifested bias against the defendant”…

The defence claims Abdel Rahman is biased because he is a native of the Kurdish village of Halabja, the target of a 1988 chemical attack in which some 5,000 people, including women and children, were killed.

When defending a client accused of ordering a chemical attack that kills thousands of people, it’s probably not the best strategy to claim the judge is biased because he’s a native of the village targeted by a chemical attack that killed thousands of people.
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