The political prisoners in U.S. occupation jails in Iraq have been suffering for more than five years. They are being tried by the Criminal Court of Iraq, created by the occupiers, on false and fabricated charges and some have been unjustly murdered. There is a hidden and declared agenda behind all these trials. The agenda is specifically designed to serve the interests of the occupation powers, whether Persian or American, to rid Iraq of its leadership by any means.These leaders who were tried, or being tried, represent the finest of Iraqis who stood up in defense of Iraq’s independence and unity. Among those being tried is Abdul Ghani Abdul Ghafoor whom I have known since the 1970s. I knew him as a writer and as a leader, an honorable man who was dedicated to serving his country to the best of his ability. Like the rest of the prisoners, this man is facing hostile and adversarial brutal actions and humiliation. He was severely beaten inside the dock by court guards and some employees under the sight of the court judge (Mohammed Al Khalifa Irebi ), the prosecutor and his aides.