British media said Obama obstruct the publication of the U.S. soldiers rape women in prison photos (Figure)
Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison abuse photos of female prisoners by U.S. troops
prisoner abuse photos
Global Times special correspondent in the United Kingdom Na Yin reported recently, the U.S. President Barack Obama to change its position against the release of hundreds Zhangmei Jun abuse of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan photos. According to the British “Daily Telegraph” 27 disclosure, Obama to stop publication of these photographs, clearly reflects the rape of female prisoners of the U.S. scene.
“Daily Telegraph” reported that, in these photos, at least one clearly captured U.S. soldiers in Iraq, Abu Ghraib inmates rape scene, the other an alleged a male translator raping female detainees. There are more photos of U.S. soldiers reportedly responded to the scene abuse of prisoners, tools used, including batons, wires and phosphor tubes. There is a picture showing a female prisoner was forced to undress and expose the chest.
It is understood that the details of these photos are U.S. Major General Antonio Aotaguba revealed that he had been investigating the Abu Ghraib prison.
early 2004 report, Taguba report had claimed that U.S. soldiers in the rape and abuse of prisoners, but did not disclose such scene has left a photo. But he recently told the “Daily Telegraph” interview, confirmed the existence of the photo.
Taguba described that these photos are “terrorist.” “Daily Telegraph” reported that this may explain why Obama tried to obstruct the publication of photos. Taguba said that he supported Obama’s decision, because these photos show abuse, torture, rape and indecent assault of prisoners scene.
April this year, the U.S. Department of Defense announced in the May 28, released from 2001 to 2006 involved more than 60 photos from the prisoner abuse cases. Obama said at the time, no objection to these pictures. However, Obama listened to the views of military commanders to change their views. Obama said the publication of these photos will lead to “anti-American” sentiment, the great danger facing U.S. troops overseas.