Das Guantanamo Experiment
In diesem Experiment werden Freiwillige Guantanamo-Befürworter den extremen Bedingungen für die Gefangen ausgesetzt. Dabei wurden die realen Bedingungen so gut wie möglich nachgestellt.Es stellt sich daher die Frage welchen Sinn diese Verhörmethoden haben, wenn die Gefolterten bereit sind absolut jede Aussage zu machen, ob Wahrheit oder nicht, nur um der Folter zu entgehen.
Guantanamo Bay - KZ im 21. Jahrhundert
Deutschlands Bündispartner die USA betreiben weltweit über 10 Konzentrationslager in welchen nachweislich grausamste Foltermethoden, Demütigung und Erniedrigung vorherrschen. Das politische Establishment und die Massenmedien müssen sich darüber in Schweigen und Ignoranz hüllen. "Volkskanzerlin" Merkel und Konsorten genehmigten US-Gefangenentransportern sogar Überfluge in die Lager. Aufgabe der Lager ist es politische Gegner (sog. "Terroristen") "heranzuzüchten" und zu Anschlägen zu motivieren, um daraufhin mehr Überwachungs- und Kontrollmaßnahmen gegen die eigene Bevölkerung der Industriestaaten durchzusetzen. Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble wörtlich am 01.12.2007: "Diejenigen die sagen Guantanamo ist nicht die richtige Lösung, müssen bereit sein darüber nachzudenken was eine bessere Lösung ist."
Reinhard Mey - Alles OK in Guantanamo Bay
Reinhard Mey sang im Jahr 2004 ein Lied mit dem Titel: Es ist alles okay in Guantanamo Bay. Damals wurde er als Verschwörer abgetan. Viel Spaß bei dem ziemlich zynischen Lied
Murat Kurnaz: Detention at Guantanamo Bay Panel
Murat Kurnaz freed from Guantanamo, after 5 years, recounts his background. A Turk, born and raised in Germany.In 2001 Mr. Kurnaz traveled to Pakistan to learn to read the Koran where he was taken by Pakistan police and apparently sold to the Americans.Beatings, exposure to numbing cold, hanging by the wrists and having his head forced into a bucket of water.Hearing held by Foreign Affairs, International Organizations, Human Rights, and Oversight Cmte.
American soldier exposes US policy in Iraq
"KILL EVERYBODY" - US ARMY SPECIALIST DARRELL ANDERSON EXPOSES US POLICY "I joined in '03," 'cause I was broke, I needed money, but I was a young American kid, I wanted to fight in a war. I joined up. [A] month out of training I arrived in Baghdad, Iraq, January '04. Saddam's been captured. And I get there and the guys I'm serving with have been there for six months already; they were there in '03. And I go, "Well, you know what, I think it's come out that, you know, these people had nothing to do with 9/11, there was no Iraqi on those planes. We can see around here there's no Al Qaida, there's no terrorist syndicates in Baghdad, or Iraq. Saddam had stamped 'em out." And I asked my buddies, "Well, you know, we're here to find 'weapons of mass destruction'." And they laughed at me. And I said, "Well, you know, we're here to 'help the people.'" And they laughed at me. And I said, "What's our mission? What's our goal?"...They're like, "All we're trying to do is make it home alive..." Anderson describes the escalation of violence against unarmed civilians: "In April, they told us, "In a crowded area, if one person shoots at you, kill everybody." Anderson explains the rationale from the officers: "They [members of the crowd of people] are letting them [the person or persons firing at the U.S. military] attack you. They're no longer innocent if they're there at the time of the crime..." (9/11 conference, Chandler AZ Feb 23-25, 2007) 911TV.org / snowshoefilms post-production/ 9:46
Hunting for Insurgents
Afghanistan and Iraq footage of our troops getting it done ... and sometimes paying the ultimate price. This is from a larger PowerPoint presentation I made during a course on Military law.
Explosive war footage of the real war in iraq!
The true soldier's story ~ War in Iraq
I made this after I saw a picture of some piece of shit protesters holding a sign that said "god hates soldiers". These walking human douche-bags protest the war by taking those signs to soldier funerals. They say its because America allows homosexuality and since those soldiers fought for our country then they are fighting for sin....so those ignorant piles of trash protest their sickness by protesting with those signs at funerals in front of the soldiers families. I think we need to take those people and drop THEM off in the dam iraq desert and let them rot out there...with their dam signs shoved up their ass... So I made this video to show a sadder and very realistic view of the soldier story. Some of the stories are bland, some feirce, some wild, some happy....but....sometimes they are very very difficult.
Moazzam Begg on detainment, torture, and civil liberties
A conversation about detainment, torture, and civil liberties, via videoconference from the U.K. with Moazzam Begg, author of "Enemy Combatant, My Imprisonment at Guantanamo, Bagram, and Kandahar." Recorded November 12, 2006 at Mount Holyoke College. Sponsored by: The Odyssey Bookshop - www.odysseybks.com; Bill of Rights Defense Committee - www.bordc.org; ACLU of Massachusetts and ACLU of Mount Holyoke College; AFSC of Western Massachusetts; Amnesty International of Mount Holyoke College, of Smith College; Amnesty International Pioneer Valley Cluster; International Relations, Mount Holyoke College; McColluch Center for Global Initiatives; Northampton Committee to Stop the War in Iraq; Office of Student Programs, Mount Holyoke College; Pioneer Valley Coalition Against Secrecy and Torture; Rosenberg Fund for Children; Student Coalition for Action of Mount Holyoke College; UMMA, Mount Holyoke College Muslim Student Association
British Troops Beating Young Iraqis On Camera
This video is shot from a balcony in Iraq, showing British soldiers first moving a group of protesters (some throwing rocks and stuff) out of an area.
Then, the camera guy focuses on these troops pulling some people down the street, they drag these people behind a large wall, and beat the crap out of them.And the camera
man (also a Soldier) is a disgusting psycho, who seems like hes getting off on it. THIS, is a EXCELLENT example, of why this "war" is a horrible thing. It has become nothing more than an INVASION. US & its Allies, staying around, enforcing our laws, on these people, our presense, creating a reason for more bombings. Resistance attacks in Iraq arent aimed at civillians, their aimed at the troops. But civillians die as a result. Just like with the US bombs.Civillians are dying every day in huge numbers in Iraq. And it is a direct result of US occupation. And this type of sick behavior, is going to do nothing but encourage more violence towards our soldiers, and as a result, the innocents in Iraq.
Soldier executes wounded in Iraq
I remember this from the news a while back, the soldier executes a wounded Iraqi in a mosque in FRONT of a T.V. crew...
Fallujah Documentary 1 warning graphic
Fallujah Documentary 1 warning graphic, shows victims of US white phosphorus chemical attacks on civilians. RAI
Guantanamo Bay child soldier CSIS interrogation -
A teenage Omar Khadr sobs uncontrollably as Canadian spy agents question him at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in a brief video excerpt released via the internet early Tuesday morning.The 10-minute video posted just after 5 a.m. ET is of poor quality and the voices are often inaudible, as it was never intended to be viewed by the public. But it shows Khadr, 16 at the time, being interviewed by Canadian officials in late February 2003.The excerpt is from five formerly classified DVDs consisting of 7.5 hours of questioning, six months after Khadr was captured following a 2002 firefight in Afghanistan.The tapes, made public under a court order obtained by Khadr's lawyers, offer a rare glimpse of interrogations of Guantanamo detainees and of Khadr. Khadr, now 21, has been held at the military prison for the past six years.
Shows interrogator wounds At one point during one of the interviews, Khadr raises his orange shirt to show wounds on his back and stomach that he says he sustained during the firefight.
"I'm not a doctor, but I think you're getting good medical care," the interrogator responds.
Khadr cries, "I lost my eyes. I lost my feet. Everything!" in reference to how the firefight in Afghanistan affected his vision.
"No, you still have your eyes and your feet are still at the end of your legs, you know," a man says.
Between gasping sobs, Khadr tells the agent several times, "You don't care about me."
As Khadr continues crying, the agent calls for a break.
'Help me,' Khadr chants
"Look, I want to take a few minutes. I want you to get yourself together. Relax a bit. Have a bite to eat and we'll start again," the interrogator says.
Then Khadr begins sobbing with his head in both his hands, chanting over and over again in a haunting voice: "Help me ... Help me ... Help me."
In the next interview excerpt, Khadr sits on a blue couch looking down as he is questioned. He mumbles short answers and declines an offer of food.
The interrogator asks him a string of innocuous questions to try to warm him up.
"I want to stay in Cuba with you. Can you help me with that?" he says, commenting on how nice the weather is in the country.
He later asks, "What other interesting things do you want to tell me about?"
Khadr's response cannot be heard.
Sessions videotaped by U.S. agents
The U.S. Defence Department granted special permission to CSIS and Canada's Foreign Affairs ministry to question Khadr after he was brought to Guantanamo Bay, where he is still being held on charges he killed a U.S. soldier during a firefight in Afghanistan.
Michel Juneau-Katsuya, a former CSIS agent, told CBC that the unprecedented release of the interrogation tapes is likely to put a damper on Canada's relationship with the U.S. — at least in the short term.
"Anybody can logically sort of assume that the Americans will be a little bit more cautious about what they give to us or or in the context they give it to us, the Canadian authorities," he said Monday.
In May, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that branches of the Canadian government had to hand over key evidence against Khadr to his legal team to allow a full defence of the charges against him, which include accusations by the U.S. that he spied for and provided material support to terrorists.
Several Canadian media organizations then applied for and obtained the release of the DVDs, as well as a package of documents that made headlines last week.
Disc copies of the 5-DVD collection were to be made available to the media at 1 p.m. ET at the lawyers' offices in Edmonton.
Iraq War -
U.S MARINES KILLING AL QAEDA (terrorists) Soldiers
Iraq War - U.S MARINES KILLING AL QAEDA Soldiers
The nation in iraq killing insurgents 09
My buddy in the airwing got this for me, hope you like.
Coalition Forces Kill Insurgents in Iraq
U.S. military officials in Baghdad said that coalition forces killed an estimated 10 to 14 insurgents and captured eight others after they were spotted firing a truck-mounted anti-aircraft gun at a farmhouse northeast of Karmah.
The military said intelligence reports and surveillance of a known al-Qaida in Iraq meeting spot led troops to discover three trucks, two of which were mounted with anti-aircraft artillery weapons. The vehicles were followed, and after the insurgents started firing the guns at two houses, it was determined that they were practicing for possible future attacks against coalition troops, according to a Multi-National Forces-Iraq news release.
Inside Camp Cropper
A look inside the high-security US detention facility near Baghdad.
BAGHDAD DIARY GIOVANNI DI STEFANO
TRAVEL TO CAMP CROPPER
This is how one travels the last part of the journey to Camp Cropper with ALL windows blacked out. The journey makes you feel physically sick but in order to attend the clients Tariq Aziz, Awaad Al Bandar, Barzan Al Tikriti, Taha Ramadan there is no choice. This was to be my last visit seeing Awwad Al Bandar and Barzan Al Tikriti alive. They were executed later.
Interrogation or Child Abuse?
The interrogation of a young boy over the murder of his sister has false and devastating consequences.
CIA Rendition in the Horn of Africa
CIA Rendition in the Horn of Africa
AC Thompson speaks on Extraordinary Rendition
Extraordinary rendition is an American extra-judicial procedure which involves the sending of untried criminal suspects, suspected terrorists or alleged supporters of groups which the US Government considers to be terrorist organizations, to countries other than the United States for imprisonment and interrogation.
More children among Gaza dead
Palestinian children are increasingly among the dead as the Gaza death toll continues to rise. One man has lost his entire family - including children, wife, parents and cousins - after a single attack. Mohammed Vall reports.