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Questioning Timing of Saddam's Trial

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Questioning Timing of Saddam's Trial

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Senior News Analyst NPR's Daniel Schorr says that the trials of Saddam Hussein and the three suspects at Guantanamo Bay have been scheduled far from the November election because Iraq has become a political stumbling block for President Bush.

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