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      Gruesome Afghan Photos Not Isolated Incidents

      Afghans for Peace is circulating three of 4,000 photos in the hands of Der Spiegel depicting U.S. troops in a "Kill Team" posing with murdered Afghan civilians, who were chosen at random. These are not isolated acts. According to a July New York Times article, Targeted Killing is New U.S. Focus in Afghanistan, "the Obama administration is starting to count more heavily on the strategy of hunting down insurgents."

      Warning: Viewer discretion is advised.

      U.S. soldier, Spc. Jeremy N. Morlock, posing with the bloodied and partially naked corpse of Gul Mudin.U.S. soldier, Pfc. Andrew Holmes, posing with the same corpse of Gul Mudin, holding a cigarette in one hand and grabbing the victim by the hair with the other.Two unidentified Afghan male civilians murdered by the “Kill Team”.

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