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Uploaded on Apr 20, 2008
Sam Lynch was a conscientious objector who supervised medical services for Iraqi detainees. He says most American doctors at his clinic refused to take care of the prisoners, so he had to rely on less-trained medics. Two thirds of these detainees were later released for lack of evidence against them. Doctors also refused to treat Iraqis who worked at the base. Although he and the other medics tried to care for the Iraqis, he says, "I did an injustice to these people by not demanding that the doctors actually see them." http://www.ivaw.org