Friday, 14 January 2005

Iraqi Victim Says U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam

And these inhuman pig-ignorant barbarian bastard slaves of the corporatocracy are our allies?????

U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam
U.S. Torture Worse That Saddam

put that in your pipe and smoke it!


A former inmate at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison forced by U.S. guards to masturbate in public and piled onto a pyramid of naked men said on Tuesday even Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein did not do such things.

The inmate testified at the court martial of reservist soldier Charles Graner, accused ringleader of guards who engaged in the abuse, which prompted outrage when pictures of the sexual humiliation were published around the world.

"I couldn't believe in the beginning that this could happen, but I wished I could kill myself because no one was there to stop it," Hussein Mutar, who was sent to Abu Ghraib accused of car theft, said in videotaped testimony.

"They were torturing us as though it was theater for them," he said, as the prosecution wound up its case against Graner on assault, dereliction of duty and other charges that could bring him up to 17 1/2 years in prison.

An obviously ill-at ease Mutar added: "I was extremely emotional because (even) Saddam didn't do this to us."

Graner and Pvt. Lynndie England, with whom he fathered a child and who is also facing a court-martial, became the faces of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal after they appeared smiling in photographs that showed degraded, naked prisoners.

Since the scandal erupted last year, the Bush administration has blamed it on a small group of soldiers.

But investigations have shown many prisoners in Iraq, Afghanistan and at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba also suffered abusive treatment after the government looked at ways to obtain more information in its war against terrorism.

SEXUAL HUMILIATION

At the trial military prosecutors have presented evidence not seen before in public from Abu Ghraib, including a video of forced group masturbation and a picture of a woman prisoner ordered to show her breasts.

Graner's lawyer Guy Womack argues his client was only following orders to soften up prisoners for military intelligence agents. He said activities such as making human pyramids with naked hooded prisoners were not illegal.

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