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Sam Smith: The Language Of Cruelty - Listening to Diane Rehm the other morning as she and her panelists turned the horrors of Abu Ghraib into just another matter of politics, policy, and process brought to mind the question: what if the prisoners had been Jewish and the time 70 years ago and the place Germany? How would Diane Rehm have handled that story? See... Sam Smith: The Language Of Cruelty
- Green Left Weekly - Torture: A Deliberate Tool Of Imperial Occupation

Scoop Link: Whistleblower Alleges Prison Abuse Cover-up - Dozens of soldiers - other than the seven military police reservists who have been charged - were involved in the abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison, and there is an effort under way in the Army to hide it, a key witness in the investigation told ABCNEWS. See... Scoop Link: ABC News - 'Definitely a Cover-Up'
LATEST SCOOP COMMENT ON THE PRISON ABUSE SCANDAL:
- Martin LeFevre: It Does Represent America
- Sheila Samples: Playing The Cover-Your-Ass Game
- Ivan Eland: Think the Unthinkable - Partition Iraq
- Daniel Patrick Welch: Impeach the SOB

The Torture Scandal - Writes Scared & Ashamed - There's nothing like turning on the ''telly'' and looking straight into the face of a woman GI smiling and pointing at something out of range of the camera. As the camera pulled back the image of a man with a hood over his head came into view, and he was naked. See... Annie Warmke: Longing For A Better Time In America
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- Between The Lines - Abuses In US Run Prisons Are Widespread & Systemic

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