Byline: Tom Hundley
LONDON _ Now that they've got Saddam Hussein, the question is what to do with him.
Just days ago, Iraq's Governing Council announced plans for a special tribunal to try Saddam and other former regime leaders. But at Sunday's news conference in Baghdad, Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez was careful to keep open all options when he said the United States was still deciding what to do with the former Iraqi dictator.
The U.S. must decide whether to turn over Saddam to an Iraqi judicial system that many experts consider incapable of executing such a trial. The other options include a U.S. military proceeding or even a trial in a U.S. civilian court.
A swift trial and a date with the executioner is the usual denouement for tyrants who were not prudent enough to choose exile while that was still an option. But in Saddam's case, it seems more likely that justice will be long and slow and televised.
Political leaders and …