Los Angeles, Alta California - January 31, 2007 - (ACN) During the trial of 
Pfc. Lynndie England, now doing three years in a military prison for her part 
in the Abu Ghraib prison war crimes, she was asked if there were other things 
that happened at Abu Ghraib, things that were not photographed, she said, 
"Yes." When asked if there were worse things that happened, she again said 
"Yes," but would not elaborate. 

While testifying before a Senate panel on May 7, 2004, the now discredited 
Donald Rumsfeld confirmed that certain videotapes and photographs of the 
horrific sexual tortures at Abu Ghraib have yet to be released. "If these are 
released to the public, obviously it's going to make matters worse," Rumsfeld 

What do these not yet released videotapes and photographs show? The answer is 
now slowly but surely surfacing as people who know are beginning to talk. The 
truth about these videotapes and photographs in the Pentagon's custody is more 
horrific than anything made public so far. 


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