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Confronting Condi Rice: "The Blood Of Millions Of Iraqis Is On Your Hands"

(Photograph by Charles Dharapak of Associated Press.) Code Pink protestor Desiree Farooz confronts Condoleeza Rice with "blood-stained" hands, calli

(Photograph by Charles Dharapak of Associated Press.)

Code Pink protestor Desiree Farooz confronts Condoleeza Rice with "blood-stained" hands, calling the Secretary of State a "war criminal" who should be tried at the Hague.

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Rice was preparing to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee when she encountered Farooz inside the hearing room. Farooz had painted her hands red, apparently to symbolize her group's claim that members of President Bush's cabinet have blood on their hands because of the way they've waged war in Iraq.

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