Iraq Minister contributed to Bush Campaign
...and is now a fugitive, on the run, from corruption charges.
Seems like a free-for-all out there, for corrupt bussines types, just like here.
The Bushites are creating a Capitalist nightmare in their own image, in Iraq.
Slogger has learned that the ex-Iraqi government minister who is the subject of a nationwide manhunt in Iraq contributed to George W. Bush's presidential campaigns before and after being appointed by U.S. authorities as Iraq's minister of electricity.
Aiham Alsammarae, an Iraqi-American who considered the Chicago area home for 27 years until 2003, escaped his Baghdad Green Zone jail Sunday in an effort to avoid facing prosecution on corruption charges.
After escaping, Alsammarae, in telephone interviews with U.S. newspaper correspondents, taunted Iraqi authorities, said he was fleeing death threats in Iraq, and claimed he had already left the country.