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Monday, November 28, 2005

Culture of Abuse

Tony Lagouranis, an Army interrogator who gathered intelligence at various detention camps throughout Iraq, describes the widespread culture of abuse:

The worst stuff I saw was from the detaining units who would torture people in their homes. They were using things like burns. They would smash people's feet with the back of an axe-head. They would break bones, ribs, you know. That was serious stuff.

I remember one guy who was forced to sit on an exhaust pipe on a humvee, and he had a pretty huge blister on his leg. Another guy, I don't know what they used to burn him, his legs. He was blindfolded so he didn't know either, but it looked like it might have been a lighter. He had some pretty big, [some] smaller blisters, but a lot of them.

Just a few bad apples blowing off steam. Right?

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