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drag bodies thru streets: at least one American
"The people of Fallujah hanged some of the bodies
on the old bridge like slaughtered sheep," resident Abdul Aziz Mohammed
said. Some of the corpses were dismembered, he said. Beneath the bodies,
a man held a printed sign with a skull and crossbones and the phrase "Fallujah
is the cemetery for Americans."
[Horrible photo of crowd and body
Poppy goes to bat for W It was when he talked about media coverage of the second Bush presidency that he got the most emotional, growing downright misty.
World Court says US violated Mexican killers' rights At the heart of the Mexico-U.S. case is the 1963 Vienna Convention, which guarantees people accused of a serious crime while in a foreign country the right to contact their own government for help and that they be informed of that right by arresting authorities.
Supreme Court keeps Vince Foster photos private Foster's sister, Sheila Foster Anthony, said that the leak of a photograph of her brother's body had already caused her nightmares, and that she feared that additional photos would end up on the Internet.
D.C. camera catches 788 speeders in 2 days Highest speed in a 25 mph zone was 73 mph. More than $23K in fines generated.
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