Sun Nov 29, 2009 3:22am EST* Judges are top assassination targets
Insurgents are not the only worry. An Iraqi army officer last week showed up at the Mosul judge's office demanding he issue an arrest warrant and fired into the air when the judge refused, U.S. officials said.A more vexing issue longer term is the type of cases that pile up on the judge's desk daily. About 70 percent of them lack any evidence and many are motivated by personal feuds, he said."A lot of the cases are just rubbish or made up for revenge," said the judge, recounting how one Muslawi, or Mosul resident, tried to get another detained by filing a case against him because both were in love with the same girl. (Editing by Michael Christie and Louise Ireland) ((mhtml:%7BC54E29A9-BCAF-48C5-BED3-44AA6F588056%7Dmid://00000107/!x-usc:mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org; Baghdad newsroom +964 7901 917 023; Reuters Messaging: email@example.com))
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وثمة قضية أكثر ارباكا على الامد الطويل وهي نوع القضايا التي تتراكم امام القضاة يوميا. وقال ان نحو 70 في المئة منها تفتقر الى اي دليل والكثير منها تحركها النزاعات الشخصية وتابع القاضي ان هناك قضايا كثيرة مجرد هراء ومختلقة من اجل الانتقام.