Freedom on the March
It's a frickin train wreck over there. We took a bad country that was safely contained, and turned it into a nightmare for its people. I doubt it will happen, but Bush should be prosecuted for war crimes. He's disgraced our nation, and still Americans are dying almost every day at the hands of terrorists.
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(CBS/AP) Less than two weeks after insurgent mastermind Abu Musab al Zarqawi was killed, 85 workers were kidnapped, Saddam Hussein's attorney was dead and at least one U.S. soldier was brutally beheaded — and that's in just 48 hours.
For those looking for change in the insurgency since its leadership shake-up, the spate of violence sends a message of stagnancy — or even heightening brutality.
In other violence, about a dozen people were killed across Iraq, and an al Qaeda-led insurgent group announced that it will execute four Russian hostages.
As for the 85 people kidnapped Wednesday north of Baghdad, gunmen later released about 30 of them — all women and children.
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