Abdul-Sattar al-Biraqdar said the court issued the sentence of death by hanging against Firas al-Jiboury and several followers, al-Iraqya TV reported
Seventy people, including women and children, were killed in the massacre north of Baghdad. Several organizations have demanded that Iraqi President Jalal Talabani or his authorized agent sign the death warrants.
Talabani, who hasn't signed off on death sentences, has authorized Vice President Khudhier al-Khuzae, to sign the death sentences, Iraqi news agency Aswat al-Iraq reported.
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