Salon.com

Salon.com acaba de publicar 279 fotografías, 19 vídeos, y reportajes extraídos de la investigación interna del Éjército norteamericano sobre las torturas en la cárcel iraquí de Abu Ghraib, así como explicaciones acerca de la procedencia del material y de su tratamiento para la publicación:

“The 10 galleries of photo and video evidence appear chronologically in the left column, followed by an additional Salon report on prosecutions for abuse and an overview of Pentagon investigations and other resources. The nine essays accompanying the photo galleries were reported and written by Michael Scherer and Mark Benjamin. Photo and video captions were compiled by Page Rockwell. Additional research, reporting and writing for “The Abu Ghraib Files” were contributed by Jeanne Carstensen, Mark Follman, Page Rockwell and Tracy Clark-Flory”.


La publicación consta de una introducción, 10 capítulos:

1. Oct. 17-22, 2003
“Standard operating procedure”

2. Oct. 24-25, 2003
“Dehumanization”

3. Oct. 28-29, 2003
“Sexual exploitation”

4. Nov. 1-4, 2003
“Electrical wires”

5. Nov. 4-5, 2003
“Other government agencies”

6. Nov. 7-9, 2003
“Dog pile”

7. Nov. 17-Dec. 9, 2003
“Lacerations”

8. Dec. 12-30, 2003
“Working dogs”

9. Nov. 4-Dec. 2, 2003
“Mentally deranged”

10. Video

y tres notas editoriales:

Prosecutions and convictions

(To date no officers have been brought to justice in a court of law)

Investigations and other resources
(Pentagon reports, torture documents, legal background and more)

Note on methodology

Vía:
Boing Boing

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