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Never-published photos, and an internal Army report, show more Iraqi prisoner abuse

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posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 08:42 AM
Australian news paper just released some new pictures and videos of abuses. The pictures where given to the newspapers by top military member involved in the investigation. CIA was on top of all this. How many more terrorists will this picture create.
Feb. 16, 2006 | Salon has obtained files and other electronic documents from an internal Army investigation into the Abu Ghraib prisoner-abuse scandal. The material, which includes more than 1,000 photographs, videos and supporting documents from the Army's probe, may represent all of the photographic and video evidence that pertains to that investigation.

The files, from the Army's Criminal Investigation Command (CID), include hundreds of images that have never been publicly released. Along with the unpublished material, the material obtained by Salon also appears to include all of the famous photographs published after the Abu Ghraib scandal broke in April 2004, as well as the photographs and videos published Wednesday by the Australian television news show "Dateline."

The source who gave the CID material to Salon is someone who spent time at Abu Ghraib as a uniformed member of the military and is familiar with the CID investigation.

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Some of this pictures are crude. The CIA knew and was on top of this activities. We should ask the French what they learn from their concentration camps in Algeria. Maybe we can learn something to defeat the "enemy". This pictures will not help the "war on terror". How many more terrorists will be recruited using this pictures? Do two wrongs make a right?

[edit on 17-2-2006 by LoKito]

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