Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein stands in front of his half-brother Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti as both of them shout at the court during their trial in Baghdad. Hussein and al-Tikriti were tried alongside six other co-defendants for crimes against humanity in ordering the deaths of 150 people in the mostly Shiite town of Dujail. Throughout the trial, Hussein protested fiercely against the legitimacy of the court; on the day this photo was taken, he told the judge he was "not afraid of execution," and at one point began chanting "Long live Iraq." He was convicted and hanged on Dec. 30, 2006 in a Baghdad suburb.
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