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By Michael P. Orsi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ibrahim Al-Jahamani
"We were naked and barefoot. The torture was daily and systematic. They used to tie us with chains. Others were held in a crosslike position. Some were hanged upside down and continuously beaten," he said, dark eyes flashing.
"As I washed the corpses, I could see that the neck was broken because it was very loose and dislocated. Arms were pulled out," he said, his voice trembling as he spoke.