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BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Abu Ahmed says he was there: An Iraqi held prisoner at Abu Ghraib by the American military when inmates were abused.
He says he was kept naked and saw other naked inmates stacked onto a pile while photos were taken, photos that would become public and bring shame to the United States.
The pain of the past few years is clearly etched on the man's face and equally obvious as he talks. It began October 1, 2003, he says, when U.S. troops came to his home and detained him during a sweep of his neighborhood.
The next day, he was processed and put into Abu Ghraib pris
Originally posted by poedxsoldiervet
reply to post by poedxsoldiervet
They took the photos because they were sick, I imagine to show people when they got home, as far as a regulation for you to take pictures I have never heard of one unless you are investigating a crime, and mainly that is done by CID or the MPs.