9. Barzan Ibrahim, defendant and Saddam Hussein's half brother, shouting as he walks into the dock UPSOUND: "Long live the Arabs, long live the (Arab) nation, long live the unity of the Iraqi people, long live the Ba'ath party, the party of the high level principles"
10. Barzan standing in dock, UPSOUND (Arabic), Chief Judge:
"The court sentenced Barzan Ibrahim to death."
11. Defence team
12. Barzan listening
13. Chief Judge
14. Defendant, Awad Hamed al-Bandar, head of former Revolutionary Court, standing before the judge
UPSOUND (Arabic) Chief Judge :
"The court sentences Awad Hamad Al-Bandar to death."
15. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Awad Hamed al-Bandar, Defendant, head of the former Revolutionary Court:
"God is greater than the traitors."
16. Chief Judge reading out sentence while Awad Hamed al-Bandar shouts "God is Great", "God is Great", "God is Great"
17. Awad Hamed al-Bandar shouting and a guard's hand enters shot
18. Chief Judge pointing towards next defendant
19. Taha Yassin Ramadhan, former Vice President and Saddam's deputy, standing in court as chief Judge sentences him to life in prison UPSOUND (Arabic) Chief Judge:
"The court decided to sentence Ramadhan to life in prison."
20. Various of Ali Dayih Ali, Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid and his son Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid (Baath party officials from Dujail) in dock
21. Chief Judge sentencing them to 15 years in prison for torture and premeditated murder, UPSOUND (arabic) Chief Judge:
"The court decided to sentence abdullah Kadhum Rawaid, Ali daih ali and Muzhir abdullah Kadhum, to 15 in prison."
22. Mohammed Azawi Ali, a former Dujail Baath Party official, UPSOUND (arabic) Chief Judge:
"The court decided to acquit Mohammed Azawi for the lack of the evidence."
Iraq's High Tribunal on Sunday found Saddam Hussein guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced him to hang for the 1982 killing of 148 Shiites in the city of Dujail.
The visibly shaken former leader shouted "God is great!"
Saddam's half brother and former intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim, and Awad Hamed al-Bandar, head of the former Revolutionary Court, were sentenced to join Saddam on the gallows for the Dujail killings after an unsuccessful assassination attempt during a Saddam visit to the city 60 kilometres (35 miles) north of Baghdad.
Saddam and his seven co-defendants had been tried by the Iraqi High Tribunal over a wave of revenge killings carried out in the city of Dujail following a 1982 assassination attempt on the former dictator.
After the verdict was read, a trembling Saddam yelled out, "Long live the people, and death to their enemies. Long live the glorious nation, and death to its enemies!"
He initially refused Chief Judge Raouf Adbul-Rahman's order to rise to hear the verdict and sentence. Two bailiffs lifted Saddam to his feet, and he remained standing but turned to one guard, telling him to stop twisting his arm.
Two other defendants Awad Hamed al-Bandar, head of former Revolutionary Court and Barzan Ibrahim, Saddam's half brother were also sentenced to death by the court.
As the Chief Judge read out the death sentence Awad Hamed al-Bandar shouted "God is great" over and over again.
Former Vice President and Saddam deputy Taha Yassin Ramadan was sentence to life in prison.
Three defendants were sentenced to 15 years in prison for torture and premeditated murder. Abdullah Kazim Ruwayyid and his son Mizhar Abdullah Ruwayyid were party officials Dujail, along with Ali Dayih Ali. They were
believed responsible for the Dujail arrests.
Mohammed Azawi Ali, a former Dujail Baath Party official, was acquitted for lack of evidence and immediately freed.
Before the trial began, one of Saddam's lawyers, former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark, was ejected from the courtroom after handing the judge a memorandum in which he called the Saddam trial a travesty.
Abdul-Rahman pointed to Clark and said in English, "Get out."
Saddam faces additional charges in a separate case over an alleged massacre of Kurdish civilians.
It wasn't clear when a verdict would be announced in that other case, or when Saddam's sentence would be carried out.
The death sentences automatically go to a nine-judge appeals panel which as unlimited time to review the case.
If the verdicts and sentences are upheld, the executions must be carried out within 30 days.