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Iraq Secret War Files, 400,000 Leaked
Oct 25, 2010
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Channel 4: 400,000 Iraq war logs reveal the massive scale of civilian deaths and new torture allegations
In the biggest official files leak in history nearly 400,000 Iraq war logs reveal the massive scale of civilian deaths and new torture allegations following an investigation by Channel 4's Dispatches.
Warning: You may find some of the details in this report and the accompanying video disturbing.
In total 391,832 individual logs - written by American troops in combat - tell the story of the Iraq war during the period 2004 to 2009.
The documents were leaked by whistleblowers' website WikiLeaks and obtained by Channel 4 News via The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ) ahead of an exclusive report in Iraq's Secret War Files on Channel 4's Dispatches on Monday at 8pm.
They catalogue every aspect of the conflict; from checkpoint "escalations of force" and apparent surrender killings to the rising profile of al-Qaeda in Iraq.
The files contain precise locations and the identities of civilians, suspected insurgents and the troops involved. Their names have been redacted for their safety.
We deplore WikiLeaks for inducing individuals to break the law, leak classified documents and then cavalierly share that secret information with the world, including our enemies.
We know terrorist organizations have been mining the leaked Afghan documents for information to use against us and this Iraq leak is more than four times as large. By disclosing such sensitive information, WikiLeaks continues to put at risk the lives of our troops, their coalition partners and those Iraqis and Afghans working with us.
The only responsible course of action for Wikileaks at this point is to return the stolen material and expunge it from their websites as soon as possible.
Civilian cost of war
Retired general Tommy Franks, a former commander of US Central Command who led the invasions of both Afghanistan and Iraq, said in 2002: "We don't do body counts".
Secret war files: Afghanistan to Iraq - special report
The logs show that US troops were killing significantly more civilians than insurgents at checkpoints. Under the military's special rules of engagement, known as "escalation of force" (EOF), a vehicle approaching a military checkpoint is required to slow down, stop and be searched.
A cold analytical eye on this clearly, I think, indicates that far too many Iraqi civilians are being killed for no reason. Toby Dodge
In EOF incidents between 2004 and 2009 the data shows that four times as many civilians (681) were killed at checkpoints as insurgents. In one log we can see that a doctor driving a pregnant woman to hospital, at speed, was shot. Analysis by TBIJ shows 13 coalition troops were killed in these incidents.
Air attacks, Hellfire missiles and 'surrender killings'
The logs reveal the changing nature of the Iraq war following the appointment of General David Petraeus (now commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan) as commanding general of the multi-national force in Iraq in January 2007.
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