White House: Saddam to Face Justice The White House had a measured response to the first public statements from former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in more than a year. White House spokesman Scott McClelland refused to respond to Saddam's defiant statements and said Saddam would face the justice he had denied to others. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.
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White House: Saddam to Face Justice

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White House: Saddam to Face Justice

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The White House had a measured response to the first public statements from former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in more than a year. White House spokesman Scott McClelland refused to respond to Saddam's defiant statements and said Saddam would face the justice he had denied to others. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.