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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page December 2005 Woman testifies at Saddam trial that she was tortured Iraq AP A woman testified at the Sad dam Hussein trial Tuesday behind a beige curtain and with her voice telling the court of torture and sexual humiliation when she was a teenager at the hands of security The ousted Iraqi president sat stonefaced and silent dur ing the womans testimony but later exploded with Waving a finger and pound ing his he told the judges to go to hell and vowed not to return to court when the trial resumes dressed again in a dark suit and white shirt and clutching a com plained that he and the seven other defendants were tired and had been deprived of opportunities to have a change of exercise Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following Roy Robert San driving while intoxi cated failure to do duty upon accident involving damage to vehicle of more than Ronald New driving while Steven Anthony New assault caus ing bodily injury commit of marijua Juan Manuel San theft between and 2 Marci Lynn San driving while license invalid violation of promise to Jesse Abel parole Richard Dosson New violation of promise to failure to identify orgiving false infor COWBOYS Chiefs Chiefs Rams Price includes bus game is Cowboy Bus Tours of Seguin 8303723003 HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription rates Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 months Six 6 months One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 months Six 6 months One 1 year Mail outside Texas Six 6 months One 1 year Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New probltmi Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 Stiff directory Doug Editor and Publisher 201 Managing Editor 220 email@example.com Jiff Circulation 228 firstname.lastname@example.org Marketing 208 email@example.com Vilwif Business Manager HWHY Production Manager 8306255232 hcoelloftherald Robyn Graphic Department 205 ClBTsileTadverfisingrcaii 215 display call 208 engage call ext I was forced to take off my and he raised my legs up and tied my He continued administering electric shocks and whipping me and telling me to Witness A Anonymous Iraqi testifying at trail of Saddam Hussein or go for a This is ter he The defendants are charged in the deaths of more than 140 Shiite Muslims in retaliation for an assassination attempt against him in the town of Dujail in Saddam accused Iran of ordering the attempt on his Five witnesses two women and three tified in the fourth session of the all of them hidden from the public view and with their voices disguised to pro tect their The most dramatic testimo ny came from the woman identified only as Witness who was a 16yearold girl at the time of the Her voice breaking with she told the court of beatings and electric shocks by the for mer presidents I was forced to take off my and he raised my legs up and tied my He continued administering elec tric shocks and whipping me and telling me to Wit ness A said of an Iraqi intelli gence The woman broke down several times as she struggled to maintain her God is my Lord she Such treatment of a young woman is gravely offensive in traditional Arab and Saddam was careful to avoid any insulting gesture in Tues days which was tele vised in On he had angrily challenged male insulting them and suggesting one needed psy chiatric Witness A strongly sug gested she had been but did not say so When Chief Judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin asked her about the she said I was beaten up and tortured by electrical shocks but repeated that she had been ordered to MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD mation violation of promise to burglary of a vehi cle violation of promise to accident involving damage to a vehicle more than or equal to Kris Edward no known failure to maintain financial responsi bility 2 no drivers license motion to revoke resisting search or transport failure to control speed expired motor vehicle inspection Juan Galvan Farmers driving while Beatrice Mendez fraudulently delivering controlled sub Gilbert L Rodriguez San public intoxica Humberto Rodriguez theft of property between and Curtis William Canyon aggravated assault with a deadly weapon assault causing bodily family Thomas Wayne New Elva Martinez Canyon driving while license Jody public Carlos Spring no drivers license no David Alan New driving while intoxicated driving while license Pebby Lynn theft by check between and Sean Patrick New minor driving under the influence of alco Brian Paul New public Glenn Allen San assault causing bodily Abel New theft by check between and 2 Timothy Kevin Vandelden 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out side a a mil itary statement Thinking they were under mortar survivors rushed to a bunker where the sec ond bomber detonated his the statement One of the wounded was an American A statement on an Islamist Web site in the name of al Qaida in Iraq said two blessed brothers staged the attack on the academy which continues to produce the dogs that shed the blood and violate the honor of Sun ni The claims authenticity could not be independently but alQaida in Iraqs Abu Musab alZar has often denounced Shiites because of religious differences and their leading role in the Iraqi police also said the attackers may have been policemen or fresh evidence that insurgents have infiltrated the countrys security President Bush has linked an eventual troop withdrawal to the ability of Iraqs army and police to combat the insur The attack was the dead liest against security Iraqi forces since when a suicide car bomber struck a crowd of mostly Shiite police and army recruits in killing In at least 88 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