Jack Frazier was a robust ironworker when he was trapped for two months in Iraq after Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait. Denied his diabetes medication, the experience left him debilitated. This week, President Bush signed legislation allowing Frazier and others to collect damages from the Iraqi government. Weekend Edition host Scott Simon tells Jack Frazier's story. (5:00)
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