The Washington Post has the first hand account (via Dangerousmeta) of an exiled Iraqi who returned to Baghdad this summer to visit family. (Oddly, the writer is an editor for USA Today, I wonder why they didn’t pick up her piece.) At the end of the piece, she describes how after she left her family’s house was raided in the middle of the night following up on a tip that Saddam had been there. Salam Pax reported in August that his family’s home had been raided by Americans as well, and that the soldiers stole his father’s liquor. I wonder how many homes have been raided overall — it sure seems like I read about a lot of these home invasions.