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CIA photos of ‘black sites’ could complicate Guantanamo trials - The Washington Post

CIA photos of ‘black sites’ could complicate Guantanamo trials – The Washington Post.

In this Nov. 21, 2013, photo reviewed by the U.S. military, dawn arrives at the now closed Camp ­X-Ray, which was used as the first detention facility for suspected militants at Guantanamo Bay. 1,115 more words


Chin Music

I DO get violent with my cat. Which is to say, I scratch his body, and subsequently lose a whole pint of hot plasma.

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Turkish prisoners

I’ve always been impressed by the pictures of WW1 prisoners of wars because “winners” and “loosers”, after the battle, always seem to share the same fate and are in fact brothers in arms. 22 more words


Eric Chandler's, Down In It

Readers who might wonder what it is like to eject from an F-16 in Afghanistan and try to stay alive will find this book intriguing. The fact that the author is a retired F-16 pilot who has flown several missions in that war torn country makes the details in the story authentic. 239 more words

From Prisoner of War Camp 44 Located in the United States of America

The information here is very rich and telling for those who want to understand what is going on in American society and to get a different historical perspective about Native American history not taught in schools.  250 more words


Sold Out Crowd for Nebraska POW Camp Archaeology Tour

Last weekend, NAPA member and archaeologist Allison Young presented her graduate research on Nebraska’s Indianola Prisoner of War Camp to a sold out crowd as part of the Buffalo Commons Storytelling weekend. 200 more words

Conflict Archaeology