Brief chronology of events:
Saddam is brought out and paraded before cameras. He is charged by a genuine Iraqi court with 7 initial counts, including the invasion of Kuwait. A notable absence from the charges was Saddam's unprovoked attack on Iran (aside from minor border skirmishes it was unprovoked).
Fast forward 1 week--the government of Iran expresses a desire to bring charges against Saddam for the invasion of Iran, and the crimes against humanity committed during that war. Of course, the US would have to be implicated as a conspirator in those charges for providing arms and/or logistical/financial support to Iraq. Thus, things get complicated.
Fast forward 2 weeks--Suddenly there's a murky connection between Iran and 8 of the 9/11 conspirators, prompting a public utterance from no less than George Bush. The discovery is apparently a "finding" of the 9/11 commission.
Gee, I guess Iran should just keep it's mouth shut about that whole Iraq invasion thing in the 80's, lest more connections with terrorism should arise.
Ah, a classic tit for tat chess game. But who will win?
To Iran's credit, they were the Taliban's #1 enemy, threatening at least once to get rid of that brutal regime.