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Photos of Iraqis Being Abused




































 


Iraqi prisoners pictures:



I can hear people saying that Iraqi was torturing innocent people too and Iraqis are terrorists, so this is ok...
It’s not ok; if you are acting the same way as the terrorists and the whole world is watching you. The American over sea popularity is destroying the American dream and this will negatively influence the American economy for long time. Also those pictures will be written to history for ever and many people I know feel a shame to be Americans because of this. Also don’t forget 90% of all the Iraqi prisoners were innocent with any prove of terrorist link. However Rumsfeld took care of this problem and strictly ordered that no American solder can own digital camera or sell phone with digital camera. (Sounds like a joke, but it’s exactly what he did)
 



29/4/2004, 60 Minutes II on CBS reported:
March 2004, the U.S. Army announced 17 soldiers in Iraq, as well as a brigadier general, had been removed from duty after charges of mistreating Iraqi prisoners. But the facts of what happened have been kept covert for long time. Former CIA Bureau Chief Bob Baer said: "We went into Iraq to stop things like this from happening, and indeed, here they are happening under our tutelage." Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt, deputy director of coalition operations in Iraq, admitted that this was not an isolated series of incidents: “I'd like to sit here and say that these are the only prisoner abuse cases that we're aware of, but we know that there have been some other ones since we've been here in Iraq,”
 
 
 




The images below are from the Washington Post's website.
(Note: All photos except the first one were cropped by the Post, presumably to avoid display of genitals.)
 


The pictures below are from the New Yorker's website.  Be sure to read their article, "Torture at Abu Ghraib" by Seymour Hersh.





The Army has photographs that show a detainee with wires attached to his genitals.


The images below are from the original 60 Minutes II broadcast. CBS says that it has twelve of these photographs, though there are dozens more. Among them:




This images below were published on the ABC News website
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