and Qusai to Go On Display in Iraqi Museum," in New Yorkish, online, July 28, 2003:
"'We'd like to give every Iraqi the opportunity to see the corpses for
themselves,' said Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, commander of U.S. ground
forces in Iraq. 'With the museum empty, we thought it would be the
perfect venue,' he added. General Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, said he was excited about the new exhibit. 'We
couldn't recover most of those stolen antiquities,' said Myers, 'but
we're real happy to have something else to stick in the museum so we
can finally reopen the doors,' ..." "And Myers dismissed the suggestion
that viewing the corpses in person may still not convince many Iraqis.
'We think the audio tour of the museum -- which will include commentary
from soldiers and coroners -- will help a lot,' said Myers. 'It also
makes an excursion to the museum a lot more fun for the whole family,'
he added." "But Donny George, the U.S. official [sic] who is the now
the museum's director, brushed off the criticism. 'I'm just thrilled
we'll have some fresh material on display,' he said. 'Well,' George
said backtracking, 'I wouldn't necessarily call two dead bodies 'fresh
material' but it's better than having an empty exhibit hall.'"