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New pictures from Abu Ghraib

Tunen

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That is just fucking despicable. I felt like choking the shit out of those bitches trowing thumbs up. I think these people were trialled though? I think I've seen some of the pictures before and I'm quite certain the depicted people were trialled...?
 

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That is just fucking despicable. I felt like choking the shit out of those bitches trowing thumbs up. I think these people were trialled though? I think I've seen some of the pictures before and I'm quite certain the depicted people were trialled...?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Ghraib_prisoner_abuse

The U.S. Department of Defense removed seventeen soldiers and officers from duty, and seven soldiers were charged with dereliction of duty, maltreatment, aggravated assault and battery. Between May 2004 and September 2005, seven soldiers were convicted in courts martial, sentenced to federal prison time, and dishonorably discharged from service. Two soldiers, Specialist Charles Graner, and his former fiancée, Specialist Lynndie England, were sentenced to ten years and three years in prison, respectively, in trials ending on January 14, 2005 and September 26, 2005. The commanding officer at the prison, Brigadier General Janis Karpinski, was demoted to the rank of Colonel on May 5, 2005. Col. Karpinski has denied knowledge of the abuses claiming that the interrogations were authorized by her superiors and performed by subcontractors, and that she was not even allowed entry into the interrogation rooms


edit: oh, and the best part of it all, "Janis Karpinski, the commander of Abu Ghraib, demoted for her lack of oversight regarding the abuse, estimated later that 90% of detainees in the prison were innocent."
 

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I hope when they go to prison they're put through the exact same shit.
 

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one more reason why we need/use so much fucking money

its like the military (or something deeper) is purposely doing this more and more
to fuel the terrorists, then we keep using "freedom" as an excuse to when either they give up, or lose lots of fighters or we win

total bullshit

i hate to be the most pessimistic one here and negative one at the moment
but this country is slowly reminding me of nazy germany.

all of our leaders here, are fucked up
generals, commanders everyone. fucked up.
 
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