As it happens, I agree.
But that does not mean that we should allow our government to withhold the release of the photos. We can't interpret photos if we can't see them.
Another key point: most, if not all, of the photos that the ACLU is asking to be released are not photos of Abu Ghraib at all. They are photos from other US-controlled prisons. Therefore, these photos may have quite a bit to say about whether there was a worldwide policy of detainee abuse.
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