Abu Ghraib - The Sequel -- ON NOW

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Abu Ghraib - The Sequel -- ON NOW

Postby seemslikeadream » Sat Feb 18, 2006 9:12 pm

<!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="http://www.worldlinktv.org/programming/programDescription.php4?code=date_abu" target="top">www.worldlinktv.org/programming/programDescription.php4?code=date_abu</a><!--EZCODE LINK END--><br><br><br>You've heard about the shocking new Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse pictures just released by Australia's Dateline. Now tune in for the whole story! As the sole U.S. broadcaster of Dateline, Link TV is the only place where you can view the expose in it's entirety. Then we bring you the media reaction from the Middle East, with analysis by Link TV's Director of Middle Eastern Programming, Jamal Dajani. We show you the string of incidents that has Muslim world in an uproar.<br><br>A serious warning - some of the images in this program are very disturbing and may offend.<br><br>International Dateline broadcasts shocking new photos and video of abuses committed at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. Before SBS Dateline's original broadcast in Australia on February 14th, many of these images were never shown to the public.<br><br>These new images reveal further widespread abuse including new incidents of apparent torture and sexual humiliation. The extent of the abuse shown in the photos suggests that the abuse that occurred at Abu Ghraib prison in 2003 is much worse than previously reported.<br><br>When the original Abu Ghraib photographs were leaked to the press in 2004, members of the U.S, Congress were given a private viewing of additional photographs and videotapes including the images which appear in this Dateline program, according to the producers. The images shown to Congress were not released to the public, reportedly due to the fear that the release of these images showing American military personnel and contractors would inflame passions in the Middle East. Despite the currently heated international climate, the Dateline producers in Australia decided to air this footage now because they believe it conveys the extent of the horror that occurred at Abu Ghraib. <p></p><i></i>
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