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The photos America doesn't want seen
MORE photographs have been leaked of Iraqi citizens tortured by US soldiers at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison on the outskirts of Baghdad.
Tonight the SBS Dateline program plans to broadcast about 60 previously unpublished photographs that the US Government has been fighting to keep secret in a court case with the American Civil Liberties Union.
Although a US judge last year granted the union access to the photographs following a freedom-of-information request, the US Administration has appealed against the decision on the grounds their release would fuel anti-American sentiment.
Some of the photos are similar to those published in 2004, others are different. They include photographs of six corpses, although the circumstances of their deaths are not clear. There are also pictures of what appear to be burns and wounds from shotgun pellets.
Originally posted by Umbrax
For some reason I had a hard time finding the rest of the photos but I found the link.
Some of te images were a bit hard to look at, like #8.
Originally posted by BlueTriangle
The ones that show naked/hooded terrorists being hounded by dogs don't impress me at all.
How is the viewer to know whether or not these injuries were inflicted at abu ghraib or during their capture?
The only purpose pictures like this really serve are to inflame the haters.
Originally posted by C0le
Savages being treated as savages, whats the problem?
Originally posted by DodgeG1
These people are trying to kill your troops why should you now feel sorry for them?
Originally posted by crmanager
I would like to take this down to a basic level.
We have a basic assumption of innocence from the majority of people in this site for the people in the prison.
We have a basic assumption of guilt for the American soldiers.
Basic Anti American hatred on a biblical scale. By the way picture #8 is a battle wound not torture. And yes I have seen battle wounds before.