There are satellite photos
of what U.S. intelligence claims
are camps, which they probably are, but the details of how the camps
work and the way they label individual buildings and areas as 'execution
grounds' are conjecture and not concrete fact, with no actual proof
provided that the places are indeed execution grounds. After 2003 why
any person would trust satellite photos with the blanks filled in by
American intelligence agencies is beyond me.
Amnesty International recently downgraded its estimate to the number
of people imprisoned in these camps, and there is no way to know what
percentage of people die and what the extent of the abuse really is.
Regardless, they probably violate any common definition of human rights.
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