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Sixty-nine years ago this week, soldiers of the Red Army liberated the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz in southwest Poland.The photographs of prisoners killed by the Syrian security services and smuggled out of Syria by "Caesar," an Assad regime photographer and defector, are, she insists, evidence of the torture and brutal murder of some 11,000 people.The images, which Black carefully examined, came from a single location inside Syria, and since more than half of the photographs were taken by a single cameraman, it is realistic to assume that they only represent a fraction of the regime's victims.For one thing, the United States has been aware of the Caesar images since last November.The West balked at a meaningful display of its outrage at the use of chemical weapons and by doing so aided and abetted an evil regime, enabling it to carry out more atrocities. Other young men in the regime's prisons will be tortured and starved and slowly murdered today or tomorrow, and their abused bodies will be photographed by other Caesars.
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