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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Sunday, December 08, 2002
We don't want to do anything about it, we just want to complain: That's the word from Amnesty International after Great Britain, late last week, released a dossier detailing (with substantial contribution from human rights groups like Amnesty International), human rights abuses under Saddam's regime.


(Amnesty International's) secretary general, Irene Khan, wrote recently that "this selective attention to human rights is nothing but a cold and calculated manipulation of the work of human rights activists. Let us not forget that these same governments turned a blind eye to Amnesty International's reports of widespread human rights violations in Iraq before the Gulf War."


What's worse than all the human rights abuses taking place in Iraq?

Doing anything to stop it.

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