From CNN in the USA:
Photos seem to contradict Marine version of Haditha killings
Thursday, June 8
WASHINGTON — Pentagon sources say some of the most incriminating evidence against Marines under investigation in the deaths of civilians at Haditha is a set of photographs taken by another group of Marines who came along afterward and helped clean up the scene.
CNN is the first news organization to examine those images.
They were snapped before an aspiring Iraq journalist videotaped the aftermath of the November 19 deaths.
That video convinced Time magazine to pursue the story earlier this year.
Pentagon sources say the 30 images of men, women and children are some of the strongest evidence that, in some cases, the victims were shot inside their homes and at close range — not killed by shrapnel from a roadside bomb or by stray bullets from a distant firefight, as Marines had claimed.
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