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Published on Oct 8, 2010
The Associated Press says it has obtained interviews, e-mails and military documents which describe dozens of grisly photos of soldiers posing with newly killed bodies, decaying corpses and severed fingers. Troops allegedly shared the photos by e-mail and thumb drive like electronic trading cards. Now 60 to 70 of them are being kept tightly shielded from the public and even defense attorneys because of fears they could wind up in the news media and provoke anti-American violence.