Photos of Saddam's Sons Stir Debate Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld defends the U.S. decision to release post-mortem photographs of Uday and Qusay Hussein, saying the images will help convince Iraqis that Saddam Hussein's sons are dead. But critics question the move. NPR's Bob Edwards speaks with Marvin Kalb of the Shorenstein Center on the Press and Politics at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
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Photos of Saddam's Sons Stir Debate

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Photos of Saddam's Sons Stir Debate

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Photos of Saddam's Sons Stir Debate

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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld defends the U.S. decision to release post-mortem photographs of Uday and Qusay Hussein, saying the images will help convince Iraqis that Saddam Hussein's sons are dead. But critics question the move. NPR's Bob Edwards speaks with Marvin Kalb of the Shorenstein Center on the Press and Politics at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.