Lawyer of one of Saddam's co-defendants kidnapped

The lawyer of one of Saddam Hussein's co-defendants in their mass-murder trial was kidnapped from his Baghdad office on Thursday, police said.

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October 20, 2005 21:28

 
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The lawyer of one of Saddam Hussein's co-defendants in their mass-murder trial was kidnapped from his Baghdad office on Thursday, police said. Saadoun Sghaiyer al-Janabi, who was in the courtroom during Wednesday's opening session of the trial, is the lawyer of Awad al-Bandar, one of seven Baath officials being tried alongside Saddam.



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