This video shows a wider view of the Imam Kazim shrine located in the Kazimain area of Baghdad. From what I read on the web, this is near the area where the execution of Saddam Hussein occurred on December 30, 2006.
this is parody from Saddam s execution
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Animated lego short of execution
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A short video shedding light on juvenile executions in foreign countries
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Stephen Summers or Steve summers is the director for the mid America region of realty executives and is at the 2007 Colorado association of realtors convention at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado springs, Colorado. Realty Executives.
The 2D Web is moving to 3D, says Linda Zimmer, ... (more)
Added: December 09, 2007
The 2D Web is moving to 3D, says Linda Zimmer, president and CEO of MarCom:Interactive, at the Executing Social Media Conference Nov. 14-16, 2007. "If you think about social networks, and audio, and video and put them all togther and wrap them up in a nice little bow, you have Second Life. So we need to learn how to create content in a very integrated, much more rich environment because that is becoming the expectation."
Saturday, October 27th, 2007
The March to Stop Executions has been held each October since 2000 in cooperation with several Texas and national anti-death penalty organizations, including Texas Moratorium Network, the Austin chapter of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty, the Texas Death Penalty Abolition Movement, Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty and Texas Students Against the Death Penalty.
The first march was called the "March on the Mansion" and was held on October 15, 2000. The second and third marches were called "March for a Moratorium" and were held on October 27, 2001 and October 12, 2002. In 2003, the march name changed to "March to Stop Executions". Clarence Brandley, who had been exonerated and released from death row in 1990 after spending nine years there, spoke at the 2003 march, saying "I was always wishing and hoping that someone would just look at the evidence and the facts, because the evidence was clear that I did not commit the crime." The "5th Annual March to Stop Executions" was on October 30, 2004. The "6th Annual March to Stop Executions" was held October 29, 2005 in conjunction with the 2005 National Conference of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, which came to Austin at the invitation of the march organizers.
The "7th Annual March to Stop Executions", which was sponsored by a record number of 50 organizations was held October 28, 2006 and included family members of Carlos De Luna and Cameron Todd Willingham, who both had been the subject of separate investigations by The Chicago Tribune that concluded they were probably innocent people executed by Texas. Standing outside the gates of the Texas Governor's Mansion with hundreds of supporters, the families of Willingham and De Luna delivered separate letters to Governor Perry asking him to stop executions and investigate the cases of Willingham and De Luna to determine if they were wrongfully executed. After DPS troopers refused to take the letters, Mary Arredondo, sister of Carlos De Luna, and Eugenia Willingham, stepmother of Todd, dropped them through the gate of the governor's mansion and left them lying on the walkway leading to the main door.