Camp Whitehorse

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Camp Whitehorse was a small prison, run by United States Marines, near Tallil Airbase, in Iraq, outside of Nasiriyah.[1]

Abuse incidents that have occurred at Camp Whitehorse include:

Nagem Hatab beating death
50-10 technique stress position
  • Guards testified that they were to force inmates to stand for fifty minutes of the hour, for ten hours per day.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Tallil Airbase, Global Security
  2. ^ Marine Guilty Of Prison Abuse, CBS News, September 2, 2004
  3. ^ Intelligence Agents Accused in Abuse: U.S. Guards Accuse Military Intelligence Operatives of Encouraging Abuse in 4 Iraq Prisons, mirrored Associated Press, May 29, 2004