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Friday, April 22, 2005 



My understanding of the Iraq War is as follows. It's over. The war is done. This act committed in the link, this is nothing but crime. These are criminals that must be brought to justice and must be delivered a swift punishment. This is a crime committed not only against the people in the helicopter but against the people of Iraq. When criminal cases refer to the plaintiff as "the State," that is exactly the concept that should be applied here. This attack is an assault on the entire state of Iraq and its people. They have formed a new government, and that government will write a new constitution and create the first true Arab democracy in the Middle East. Those who fight against it are the enemies of all of the citizens working towards a better future.

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