Afternoon Shift Afternoon Shift: Iraq, ten years later WBEZ March 19, 2013 [View the story "'Afternoon Shift'#273: Iraq, ten years later" on Storify]'Afternoon Shift'#273: Iraq, ten years laterRafid Hindo and Vince Emanuele reflect on the tenth anniversary of the Iraq war. Also, Rick Kogan discusses the possibility of Wrigley Field moving to Rosemont and checks in with the family of shooting victim Jeremiah Sterling. Storified by · Tue, Mar 19 2013 11:47:49 More content below this sponsor message Iraq 10 Years: On March 19, 2003 President George W. Bush vowed to “disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world against grave danger." Afternoon Shift spends an hour with two individuals transformed by the Iraq war. Chicago resident Rafid Hindo grew up in Iraq. Ten years ago, he supported the war, believing intervention was the only way to get rid of Saddam Hussein. American veteran Vince Emanuele was deployed to Iraq twice. He returned traumatized and went on to became an outspoken opponent of the war. Hindo, now director of Near East Resources, and Emanuele, a member of Iraq Veterans Against the War and host of the radio show Veterans Unplugged, share their stories on the tenth anniversary of the war. Plus, Paul Knudtson, a reservist and founder and president of Northwestern University of Veterans Association, also joins the conversation. He is working on applying counterinsurgency strategies used in Iraq and Afghanistan to address violence in Chicago.Donald Rumsfeld received no Twitter love for his Iraq war 10 year anniversary tweet. None. http://www.buzzfeed.com/justinesharrock/twitter-is-not-celebrating-the-10-year-anniversary-of-the-ir http://pic.twitter.com/lpccClpeVbMike Hayes10 years after invasion of Iraq, protesters remember shutting down Lake Shore DriveTen years ago, 15,000 protesters marched onto Lake Shore Drive and snarled traffic in both directions in protest.Iraq WMD Timeline: How the Mystery Unraveled : NPRIraq's history with chemical, biological and nuclear weapons is a long and winding path that eventually ended in an American invasion of ...Stadium Switcheroo: If Wrigley Field moves to Rosemont—as the city’s northwest suburban mayor, Brad Stephens, has proposed—would Wrigleyville still be called Wrigleyville? While Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts has never threatened to leave Chicago, his frustration around financing the stadium’s renovation with the city has been duly noted. Midwest Diversified Services Group’s Tim Mahon surveys the potential economic impact of a stadium move or remodel.If I were @Cubs, I'd consider Rosemont's offer. Let's see how much those rooftops are worth when they're looking down on an empty field!David AxelrodThe Rosemont Cubs? Suburban Mayor Offers Team 25 Acres Of Land For New BallparkRosemont Mayor Brad Stephens' proposal to give the Chicago Cubs 25 acres of land to develop a ballpark complex in his suburb may not be a...Jeremiah Sterling Update: LaWanda Thompson-Sterling’s 17-year-old son, Jeremiah Sterling, was shot dead in Chicago’s West Pullman neighborhood in the summer of 2010. Two-and-a-half years and one murder trial later, she still struggles to make sense of his death. WBEZ blogger Achy Obejas introduces Afternoon Shift to Thompson-Sterling, who reflects on her son’s life and the impact his death has had on her family.The Jeremiah Sterling Story: EpilogueLaWanda Thompson-Sterling reacts to the end of the trial that convicted her son's killer.