Updated February 16, The Dateline program aired new video and photographs revealing torture, sexual humiliation of Iraqi prisoners and evidence that a number of them had been shot dead. Some of the US guards who have already been sentenced for their part in the abuse, including Private Lynndie England, are seen in the new photographs. Topics: unrest-conflict-and-war , television-broadcasting , united-states , australia , iraq. First posted February 16,
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Fresh photographs and video footage of prisoner abuse at the Abu Ghraib jail in Iraq were broadcast yesterday by an Australian television channel, raising fears that the revelations could further stoke Muslim fury. Australia's Special Broadcasting Service showed the disturbing footage as Pakistani rioters attacked western businesses in Peshawar, spurred by the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in Europe. At one point in the video a chained Iraqi prisoner, apparently mentally disturbed, was shown repeatedly beating his head against a wall. Iraqi prisoners 'not abused'. Top brass cleared over Abu Ghraib.
More images of abuse at Abu Ghraib
An Australian television network today broadcast photographs and video clips it said were previously unpublished images of the alleged abuse of Iraqis held in military custody at Abu Ghraib prison. The images were taken at Abu Ghraib in late at about the same time as previously published photographs of Iraqi prisoner abuse, the Special Broadcasting Service's "Dateline" programme reported. The images shown by SBS were consistent with the earlier photographs, which triggered outrage at alleged abuse by soldiers, a congressional investigation and military trials for some of those involved. No one in the images broadcast today could clearly by identified as military personnel. But men wearing combat-style uniforms and holding dogs on leashes appear in at least one of the images.
Never-published photos, and an internal Army report, show more Iraqi prisoner abuse -- evidence the government is fighting to hide. Salon has obtained files and other electronic documents from an internal Army investigation into the Abu Ghraib prisoner-abuse scandal. The material, which includes more than 1, photographs, videos and supporting documents from the Army's probe, may represent all of the photographic and video evidence that pertains to that investigation. Along with the unpublished material, the material obtained by Salon also appears to include all of the famous photographs published after the Abu Ghraib scandal broke in April , as well as the photographs and videos published Wednesday by the Australian television news show "Dateline.