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In Iraq Jail, Resistance Goes Underground

In the darkest hours before dawn, groups of 10 detainees toiled 15 feet beneath Compound 5 of America’s largest prison in Iraq. The men worked in five-minute shifts, digging with shovels fashioned from tent poles and hauling the dirt to the surface with five-gallon water jugs tethered to 200 feet of rope. They bagged it in sacks that had been used to deliver their bread rations and spread it surreptitiously across a soccer field where fellow inmates churned it during daily matches, guards and detainees recalled.Full Story

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