Hundreds of Iraqis storm the Abu Ghraib northwest of Baghdad after the announcement by President Saddam Hussein that most prisoners were going to be freed. Now, with security tenuous across postwar Iraq and Baghdad plagued by crime and fear, U.S. officials are blaming Saddam's general amnesty for much of the chaos.

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