July 16, 2003

IRAQ NOW HAS A WAR CRIMES MUSEUM: I don't think Robert Fisk will be pleased, though:

Dubbed Amna Suraka (Red Security), the building was used by the ex-regime to house and torture prisoners.

One of the chambers was ironically referred to as the “Sheraton” by the prisoners since it was a clean, tidy room with walls made of sound-proof material so cries would not emanate from the chamber while prisoners were being tortured.

It can't really be a war crime if America isn't involved, after all.