HomeJusticeDisorder in the court Disorder in the court Jay Tea December 7, 2005 Justice 11 Comments So, Saddam doesn’t want to play nice at his trial, and would rather rant and shout, or stay in his cell? I have just three words of advice for the Iraqi court: Judge Jennings Hoffman. Who says "to live outside the law, you must be honest?" Irony is Lost on the Dumb Tags:JusticeRelated Posts UPDATE: Trials by Courts Martial Moved to Iraq Clock Boy Bombs Yet Again Interesting If True About The Author Jay Tea 11 Comments bullwinkle December 7, 2005 I like my idea better. McGehee December 7, 2005 Hokey smoke, Bullwinkle — didn’t Hannibal excape!? amok92 December 7, 2005 All of Wizbang can be summed up in 4 words MICHAEL MOORE IS FAT! Rightwingsparkle December 7, 2005 Once I saw the lawyers and Saddam in those playpen things I knew the trial would be one insane thing after another. Peter F. December 7, 2005 Now we know for sure that Saddam has been watching a little too much CourtTV and Springer in his cell. (I’m sure the ACLU has seen to “right to cable TV” in prison.) Chris Meisenzahl December 7, 2005 I don’t understand how he gets to decide when or if he’ll show up? edmcgon December 7, 2005 I personally don’t care if he shows up for his trial. As long as he shows up for his execution. 😉 Anna December 7, 2005 According to Ramsey Clark, Saddam is innocent and will be found not guilty because there is no genuine evidence against him. CNN edmcgon December 8, 2005 Anna, consider the source. Saddam’s defense attorney says he’s innocent? Isn’t that what defense attorneys are supposed to say? moseby December 8, 2005 I’ll bet ramsey clark sits in that courtroom dropping “crab cakes” into his depends under garments all day. “Change me Mommy…” Mill Creek Don December 8, 2005 It’s actually “Julius Hoffman”, as it correctly notes towards the bottom of the linked page. I think that the middle name Jennings was rarely used. In any case, I wish there were more judges like that today…..the “Chicago Seven” (formerly “Eight” before Bobby Seale got separated out) wanted a circus, and they engineered one. Much like Ramsey Clark is trying to do in Bagdad.