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Morris and Gourevitch on Abu Ghraib

Primary Sources: Sabrina Harman, “a U.S. Army specialist who took photographs at Abu Ghraib and was convicted by court-martial for her conduct there,” is featured in this New Yorker series.  Here are excerpts of Harman being interviewed by Morris for his movie “Standard Operating Procedure.”  There is a clip from the film, as well as video of Morris and Gourevitch from the 2007 New Yorker Festival, and photographs of Harman and of the abuses at Abu Ghraib.

Sabrina Harman’s First Letter
A clip from “Standard Operating Procedure.”
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Look I Have Proof
Harman picks up a camera.
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Letters and Photos
Writing home.
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Children
The minors detained at Abu Ghraib.
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Errol Morris
Morris talks with Philip Gourevitch, from the 2007 New Yorker Festival.
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Snapshots of Sabrina
Images of Sabrina Harman.
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The Abu Ghraib Pictures
Photographs of the prisoner abuse.
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courtesy  The New Yorker and their posted links:
Related Links
Annals of War: Exposure, by Philip Gourevitch and Errol Morris
Annals of National Security: Torture at Abu Ghraib, by Seymour M. Hersh
Annals of National Security: Chain of Command, by Seymour M. Hersh
Annals of National Security: The Gray Zone, by Seymour M. Hersh

Plus:

Camp Justice
Jeffrey Toobin Everyone wants to close Guantanamo, but what will happen to the detainees?
The next stage at Guantánamo.
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