There is a new show on Iraqi TV, "Terrorism in the Hands of Justice," in which captured terrorists are berated and interrogated on camera. The Washington Post has this report, including these quotes: "Sabah Kadhim, an Interior Ministry spokesman, added, 'The last few weeks have been incredible in terms of tips coming in from the public.'" and "Many of the suspects are former policemen who claim they were coerced into joining the insurgency by threats against their families. Though many claim to have attacked U.S. forces, the interviews focus on their atrocities against Iraqis and payments they allegedly received from Syrian and Saudi paymasters."
THIS IS GREAT! Just another sign of the mood of most Iraqis toward these terrorist bastards who are trying to stop the spread of freedom in that country. The paper calls it "Iraq's hottest new television program," and quotes al-Iraqiya's Baghdad station director, Ahmed Yasseri: "we have overtaken the other stations. These tapes have captured the attention of Iraqis." That's one reality show that I'd actually watch!