Thursday, September 29, 2005

Goodness Gracious, Ghraib Balls of Fire

A judge has ordered the government to fan the flames of anti-Americanism by releasing a sequel to the highly-succesful pictorial series from last year, Abu Ghraib Gone Wild.

This one includes more pictures of the Army thinking up sadistic ways to humiliate prisoners, but, as any sequel should, it offers a twist: video!

Yes, soon we will be able to enjoy moving pictures of Iraqis being sodomized, forced to masturbate, stacked up like hairy naked male cheerleaders, and other wacky antics.

It's said this could be the highest grossing sequel since Faces of Death II.

@ Praxxus: "Everyone already knows the photos exist, which means they already know that U.S. soldiers have done something that is likely worse than what has already been shown from Abu Ghraib. Something so bad that the United States military --the same military that is reluctant to investigate its own "death for porn" scandal-- is scared to have the pictoral evidence of these acts released."

@ Simianbrain: "Government will appeal the order to release Abu Ghraib photos and videos, maybe pushing an explosive torture story to the 2006 campaign. Good thinking, guys."

@ The Next Left: "Somehow I didn't think the damaging-to-America's-image argument was going to fly."

@ Right from Left: "Predictably, U.S. District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein ruled today that the US must release never before seen Abu Ghraib photographs. Way to go, Hellerstein. You've just handed the enemy a big victory."