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Military insists ’segregation boxes’ for Iraqi prisoners are ‘humane’

CNN’s Barbara Starr, in a Thursday report, examined what the US military is calling ’segregation boxes’: small, wooden crates being used in Iraq to hold prisoners, which the US military insists are ‘humane.’

Measuring 3 feet square and about 6 feet tall, the military claims that prisoners isolated in the chambers are checked frequently, but the practice is raising concern among human rights advocates.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Summer temperatures can soar well over 110 degrees Fahrenheit in Iraq.

I would almost be willing to bet that some US-held prisoners have already died from heat exhaustion in this crates.

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