February 17, 2006 Abu Ghraib Abuse Photos
More Photos Surface (updated June 11) (Warning: Graphic Photos Below)
The Washington Post has released new photos along with new information about the use of dogs on prisoners.
An unmuzzled dog appears to be used to frighten a detainee at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Two military dog handlers told investigators that intelligence
personnel ordered them to use dogs to intimidate prisoners.
An Iraqi detainee appears to be restrained after havign suffered injuries to both legs at Abu Ghraib.
It is unclear whether his injuries were from dog bites.
A US soldier gives the "thumbs up" sign as she appears to be stiching up a prisoner's leg wound.
It is unclear whether the injury was from a dog bite.
The Washington Post just released new photos (May 20), seen below.
A baton-wielding US soldier, appears to be ordering a naked detainee
covered in a "brown substance" to walk a straight line with his ankles handcuffed.
A US Soldier in a flak jacket appears to be using both hands
to restrain a dog facing an Iraqi detainee in the Abu Ghraib prison.
In what appears to be a hallway, a hooded detainee,
seems to be handcuffed in an awkward position atop two boxes.
The frame seems to show the prisoner's ankle cuffed to the door handle behind him.
An unidentified soldier appears to be kneeling on naked detainees
in a photo from the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
A US soldier with his right arm and fist cocked appears
prepared to strike one detainee in a pile of detainees.
Along a prison walkway, a hooded detainee seems to have
collapsed with his wrists handcuffed to the railings.
ABC News has obtained two new photos taken at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraqshowing Spc. Charles Graner and Spc. Sabrina Harmon posing over the body of a detainee who was allegedly beaten to death by CIA or civilian interrogators in the prison's showers. The detainee's name was Manadel al-Jamadi. Mark Rothschild writes about the details of this poor man's death.
May 9: The New Yorker has released this latest photo.
An Iraqi prisoner and American military dog handlers. Other photographs show the Iraqi on the ground, bleeding.
It’s the "liberation" of the Iraqi people – and it isn’t pretty….
These are just some of the photos that led to an investigation into conditions at the Abu Ghraib prison, once Saddam’s torture palace, and now run by the occupation authorities, as revealed in a shocking report broadcast by CBS on 60 Minutes II.
Brig. Gen. Janice Karpinski, in charge of the occupiers’ detention facilities throughout Iraq, has been dismissed from her post, and 6 U.S. soldiers face charges.
"This is international standards," said Karpinski, in an earlier interview with CBS. "It's the best care available in a prison facility."
Anybody can see that….
Below, Brigadier-General Janis Karpinski, who was responsible for military jails in Iraq, and has now been suspended in the abuse probe, meets with Donald Rumsfeld.
These images are from the 60 Minutes II broadcast. CBS says that it has twelve of these photographs, though there are dozens more. Among them:
The Army has photographs that show a detainee with wires attached to his genitals. Another shows a dog attacking an Iraqi prisoner.
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