Marines stand guard at the entrance of the newly constructed battlefield detainee facility, December 2001, in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Sadistic violence first appeared at Bagram and at a similar U.S. internment camp at Kandahar airfield in southern Afghanistan.
Marines stand guard at the entrance of the newly constructed battlefield detainee facility, December 2001, in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Sadistic violence first appeared at Bagram and at a similar U.S. internment camp at Kandahar airfield in southern Afghanistan. Tom Pennington/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT
Marines stand guard at the entrance of the newly constructed battlefield detainee facility, December 2001, in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Sadistic violence first appeared at Bagram and at a similar U.S. internment camp at Kandahar airfield in southern Afghanistan. Tom Pennington/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT

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