October 23, 2010
[Here’s a link to a selection of the reports of those leaked 400,000 documents containing info on kidnapping and assassination plots, casualities, prisoner abuse, shooting of civilians, torture, the discovery of corpses, and much more. T]
Below are a selection of the reports from a six-year archive of classified military documents to be published by WikiLeaks. These examples provide an unvarnished, ground-level picture of the war in Iraq. Some names and details have been redacted by The Times to conceal suspects’ identities, or because they might put people in danger or reveal key tactical military capabilities. See the bottom of the article for more details on the redactions.
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