Government Pacifies ACLU

28 03 2006

Via FOX News

The U.S. government has agreed to release disputed pictures showing American soldiers tormenting Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib prison.

An American Civil Liberties Union spokeswoman said today that an agreement was reached between the ACLU and the government and was submitted to a federal judge.

Once the judge approves the deal the pictures will be released.

The judge had ordered the release of the pictures of abuse from the Baghdad prison over complaints by government lawyers that it would incite violence against U.S. troops in Iraq and provoke terrorists. The Department of Defense had appealed that order but was dropping the appeal, the ACLU said.

H/T: Stop The ACLU

What these American soldiers did was NOT TORMENT nor TORTURE. They may have given them a hard time and pressed them for intel or frightened them, but this is not torture.

So, here we go again. Re-hashing through photos of “abuse.” The cartoons sparked riots and threats of 9/11:2 all across Europe. I won’t be surprised if Islamists say they have a right to kill because of harsh treatment to Prisoners of War.

And the ACLU will be right there to hold their hands.




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