Okay, I want everyone to read this and tell me what's wrong with this article:
Verdict in Saddam Case to Be Delayed
Oct 03 9:22 AM US/Eastern
By QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA, Associated Press Writer
The Iraqi court trying Saddam Hussein postponed the verdict in the former leader's first trial and said Tuesday that the judges are considering the possibility of recalling some witnesses.
The court is due to convene Oct. 16 for the first time since it adjourned July 27 to allow the five-judge panel to consider their verdicts against Saddam and seven co-defendants on charges of crimes against humanity for a crackdown against Shiites in the 1980s.
A verdict had been expected on that day, but court spokesman Raid Juhi said the Oct. 16 session "will not be for the verdict. It's for the judges' review of the evidence." Juhi said he could not say when the verdict would be issued.
Saddam and his co-defendants face possible execution by hanging if found guilty in the charges, connected to a crackdown on Shiites in the town of Dujail launched in 1982.
If you picked that there was a massive slant towards Saddam Hussein - you are correct. It seems as if (I'm hypothesizing) that the reporter is a Sunni, Saddam supporter. As opposed to reporting the facts, Abdul-Zahra claims that Saddam committed a "crackdown against Shiites in the 1980s" and again, "a crackdown on Shiites," two paragraphs later. The second usage of the word "crackdown" rules out Abdul-Zahra being 'erroneously negligent' and puts him right in the 'biased reporter' category.
This is one of the most obvious pro-Hussein, or should I say, anti-Sunni Associated Press writers that I've come across in a long time.
And to you Breitbart - way to keep such a neutral stance. You deserve a medal for not pre-judging the "Butcher of Baghdad."