What's the disparity between acts of oversight and of commission in the case of US establishment in Iraq We now recognize that hundreds of reports of torture, rape and kill were unnoticed by US officers.
US troops stood by as abuses were behavior in full view: they were obeying orders, in this case order Frago 242 – what the Guardian calls "a licence to afflict". This will not shock those who have examined the pattern of assassinations, abductions and "disappearance" in Iraq following the attack of 2003.
Thousands of people were victims of attacks brought to the concentration of US authorities, which refused to investigate. During 2004 the US state department describes the reports as "obscure" and took no achievement.