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Rolling Stone Publishes Graphic, Unedited U.S. Army “Kill Team” War Crime Photos

Last week, we reported that the German newsweekly Der Spiegel published photos of American soldiers committing war crimes against Afghan civilians. The rogue soldiers, who formed a “kill team,” murdered innocent civilians for sport, posing for photos with some of their victims. Some “kill team” members also kept grisly souvenirs, such as fingers and skulls, from the men and boys they killed.

Last week, 22-year-old “kill team” member Cpl. Jeremy Morlock of Wasilla, Alaska  was sentenced to 24 years in prison for “acts of unspeakable cruelty”– three counts of murder and one count each of conspiracy, illegal drug use, and obstructing justice.

While the Spiegel photos were shockingly graphic enough, the faces of the victims were scrambled and the most graphic images were not published by the magazine. Now, the American music magazine Rolling Stone has decided to publish additional, far more graphic photographs, along with un-edited versions of the ones seen in the German magazine.

Moral Low Ground has decided to publish some of these photos as well. We warn our readers; they’re an extremely graphic record of American troops committing horrific atrocities against innocent civilians.

Here, Cpl. Jeremy Morlock poses with the body of 15-year-old Gul Mudin, an innocent, unarmed Afghan boy who was murdered by Morlock and Pfc. Andrew Holmes in the village of La Mohammad Kalay. The US soldiers then staged the site of the killing to make it appear as if Mudin was an insurgent. Notice the missing pinky finger on Mudin’s right hand– Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs chopped it off with a pair of medical shears and presented it to Holmes as a souvenir from his first kill. (Photo: Rolling Stone)

This mangled mess is all that remains of an insurgent killed by a US helicopter gunship. “Kill team” members were dispatched to gather up the grisly remains with dignity for the deceased, but instead they photographed and desecrated the corpse. (Photo: Rolling Stone)

Two innocent farmers, killed by members of another platoon, bound together and left on the side of a highway. “Standard operating procedure after killing dudes was to drag them up to the side of the highway.” US troops made signs reading “TALIBAN ARE DEAD” and hung them around the dead farmers’ necks. (Photo: Rolling Stone)

It is unclear whether this man was a civilian or a combatant, but members of the “kill team” sometimes kept body parts of their victims, including at least one head, as trophies. (Photo: Rolling Stone)

The severed legs of an unidentified Afghan male. Such photos were passed around among members of Bravo Company, demonstrating a shocking disregard for Afghan life. (Photo: Rolling Stone)

What’s so sinister about this photo of Cpl. Morlock posing with an Afghan child? Nothing, until you consider the fact that some soldiers in his platoon discussed throwing candy out of a Stryker armored vehicle as they drove through a village and shooting the children who ran up to pick up the “treats.” (Photo: Rolling Stone)

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  1. Lance Link via FacebookMarch 28, 2011 at 11:52 amReply

    No wonder people hate us. We’re so hypocritical…because the corpoations profit from war and pull the politicians’ strings.

    • Otm ShanksMarch 29, 2011 at 3:22 pmReply

      What does this have to do with corporations? Oh, yeah. Obama is doing this for his oil buddies. No blood for oil! Obama is Hitler!

    • Jabbo FlemingMay 24, 2011 at 11:27 amReply

      You guys are so gullible.Boo hoo hoo! Milk and cookies!Never mind what they do to each other let alone us!It’s about time they see we are not a bunch of pussy ass bleeding heart liberals. We need to strike true fear into the hearts and minds of our enemy. Sleep tight tonight there cupcake!

      • Brett WilkinsMay 24, 2011 at 11:29 amReplyAuthor

        What, exactly, do they do to us that’s anywhere near as bad as what we do to them? And since when should the Taliban be the standard to which we compare our actions to? Aren’t we supposed to be “better” than them?

      • Mr GateOctober 29, 2011 at 8:42 amReply

        Yeah that’s all fine and dandy until some “raghead” soldier slits your daughter’s (ironically nicknamed ‘cupcake’) throat and keeps her tongue as a souvenir.

        • Brett WilkinsOctober 29, 2011 at 12:25 pmReplyAuthor

          I’ve never heard of “ragheads” doing such things, only U.S. troops.

          • DFebruary 8, 2015 at 9:54 am

            Your completely clueless if you don’t know the fucked up shit the Taliban does.

      • BrianNovember 11, 2011 at 5:24 amReply

        So you agree that the U.S military is at least no better than the terrorist, since they kill indiscriminately just like those they label terrorist?

        • Brett WilkinsNovember 11, 2011 at 7:48 amReplyAuthor

          Well it’s a bit more complicated than that. The vast majority of men and women in uniform are good people who are placed in situations that bring out the worst in mankind, and under such circumstances they usually perform quite admirably. That being said, the United States is perhaps the world’s leading terrorist state; its policies and actions are those of a bully and a terrorist and its armed forces are forced to commit acts of terrorism to further the goals of the empire.

          • PixiesticksNovember 11, 2011 at 10:18 am

            I completely agree with you Brett. Well said!

          • rbdJune 4, 2014 at 6:54 pm

            All true, unfortunately…

      • RodJune 6, 2014 at 4:28 pmReply

        Jabbo Fleming – When Martial Law kicks in and these same troops are doing it too us, then what? You need to learn the rules of engagement… First, we need someone to fight against, because there were no foreign uniforms in these photos. It’s like a high school kid going back to elementary bullying everyone… Sick…

    • Mr GateOctober 29, 2011 at 8:39 amReply

      LOL. I love these tough guys responding to you who probably never served in the military and never will. Just armchair warrior dickheads with diarrhea of the mouth.

    • knochenJune 5, 2014 at 7:42 amReply

      Yes, we hate your government… and the people of America are the only one, who are able to change this… sorry for my bad English, but I think you know what I mean…

  2. Gianmarco Conegliano via FacebookMarch 28, 2011 at 8:25 pmReply

    I would be in favor of stripping these guys of their U.S. citizenship for that.

    • ManuelaJuly 22, 2011 at 7:05 amReply

      Uhm, yes, what a punishment! How about the death penatly?! I’m usually against it, but in this case I’m willing to make an exception.

  3. SpeechlessMarch 28, 2011 at 9:11 pmReply

    This is terrible. I am a military member myself and to see this sort of disregard for common sense, moral judgement, and military law as absolutely terrible. The story that goes along with these photos, meaning the actions of the accused soldiers, is shocking, sick, and what happens when men are called upon to their worst. War is a terrible thing, and after seeing your friends die in combat, you become distant to that “moral compass” that one of the accused talked about. That in no way justifies such acts, but I find it less surprising, more disappointed that this garbage went on for as long as it did.

    • ParamisseNovember 12, 2011 at 10:36 pmReply

      can you please tell to your friends help people not killing people can you tell them don’t be just like Taliban and another terrorists can you help your friends cause such soldiers just like this soldiers in photos have psycho problems for sure can you help them and find for them some good psychologists pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
      we don’t blame all of US soldiers
      we just blame soldiers who kill rape torture
      and I am Iranian
      and I love Afghanistan too cause Afghanistan was a part of Iran and actually they are Iranian they ‘we’ had a great culture and history especially before Islam 1400 years ago but when Islam inter to our country we just suffer until now and now you came to our country and you will come to Iran too in the name of helping and humanity and what we see is opposite with what you say
      our people should suffer even from you even from American even from christian really fuck all of religion
      long live America Afghanistan and Iran too

  4. Jim RockfordMarch 29, 2011 at 5:02 pmReply

    What a stark contrast to the GI’s of WW2 who fed children of villages they freed in Europe and the Pacific theater. And you see them carrying kids who had been injured. This is what happens when the madness on TV and on video games that these current troops were weaned on, and indeed made into the mindless killers they are. These people who corrupted them need held accountable. This is today’s holocaust.

    • Mo RogersMarch 30, 2011 at 1:34 pmReply

      History is always written by the winning side and so the movies you see from it… atrocities have been happening since the cave man and used to be worse in the past (i.e. Geghis Khan).
      Have you forgotten the beheadings? they are not addicted to video games as far as I know. Please don’t think the arm forces are like those thugs.

  5. Murtaza ShaikhApril 1, 2011 at 8:48 amReply

    This is a a horrable act from the American. What they want to show bu killing innocent people. This act is certainly noy acceptable.
    The american president should take a strong action on this. Whay he is still calm on this incident.

  6. Max PowerApril 1, 2011 at 10:45 amReply

    War is ugly, always has been. Get used to it or close your eyes.

    • Brett WilkinsApril 1, 2011 at 11:48 amReplyAuthor

      Or open people’s eyes so they can see how ugly it is and demand their government put an end to imperialist wars of choice.

  7. Roberto WarnerApril 1, 2011 at 3:50 pmReply

    Support our troops!! yea yea!

    • duduApril 2, 2011 at 3:06 pmReply

      roberto i wish afghan forces would come to ur place n do the same as ur troops r doing there then i would like to get ur comments.

  8. WesternApril 5, 2011 at 3:32 pmReply

    Not shocked that this happened just shocked it wasn’t stopped earlier. Wow can’t believe it. What has the world come to

  9. Patrick FakelastnameJuly 24, 2011 at 4:37 pmReply

    These men , are not men they are monster , who need to be killed

    • Brett WilkinsJuly 24, 2011 at 4:51 pmReplyAuthor

      Which men, the U.S. troops or the Afghans they kill?

  10. Chris SissonOctober 19, 2011 at 11:46 amReply

    What this article is saying is that every member of the US Military throws their power around like a tyrant. This is not true. This accounts for less than one percent of soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines. The rest of us get a bad reputation because of jackasses like this guy, like any social group. Look at Muslims for example. They’re one of the most peaceful religions in history, yet they’re under constant suspicion due to the actions of one very small fraction of them.

    • Brett WilkinsOctober 19, 2011 at 12:50 pmReplyAuthor

      Atrocities are committed by far more than 1% of U.S. troops. I’m currently in the process of writing a book about this; war crimes and atrocities are extremely commonplace in the War on Terror. Good soldiers do bad things in wartime; I cannot claim to understand the pressures these men and women are under. Still, to say that “only 1%” engage in terrible behavior is really underestimating the extent of U.S. atrocities and war crimes.

  11. swmNovember 2, 2011 at 6:25 pmReply

    People defending a a KID to be killed like that! WOW.

    This just bursts the bubble that I live in. All people are not nice, there are quit more psychopaths than you would think.

  12. sylvia martinNovember 2, 2011 at 7:50 pmReply

    This is NOT how I expect soldiers from a “free” and democratic nation to behave. Shame on those desecrating the bodies. The Afghanistan people are not the enemy. And because of the inappropriate behaviour of few, members of the western world are now perceived as the enemy, as the animal, as the jackel. Shame. Shame. Shame.

  13. i love iranNovember 6, 2011 at 1:20 pmReply

    مرگ بر منافق
    مرگ بر آمریکا
    مرگ بر اسرائیل
    مرگ بر انگلیس
    مرگ بر آل سعود
    مرگ بر آل خلیفه
    مرگ بر وهابیت
    Down with hypocrites
    Down with America
    Down with Israel
    Down with Britain
    Down with Al Saudi Al Arabia
    Down with Al Khalifa
    Down with Wahhabism
    الموت للمنافقین
    الموت لامیرکا
    الموت لاسرائیل
    الموت لبریطانیا
    الموت لآل سعود
    الموت لآل خلیفة
    الموت للوهابیة

  14. i love iranNovember 6, 2011 at 2:22 pmReply

    ما همــــــــه قاســـــــــــم سلیمانـــــــــــــــــــــــی هستیم
    We’re all Qassem S o l e i m a n i
    برای کشتن این مرد باید از روی جنازه ی خیلی ها رد شوید
    To kill this man should be denied many of the dead

  15. LalaNovember 10, 2011 at 10:21 pmReply

    I don’t understand why a 15-yr old child was butchered? Even the idea of luring children with candy just so American soldiers on this kill team could slaughter them in a hail of automatic gunfire is absolutely one of the most sickening things I’ve read in a while. I didn’t think I’d honestly be able to say such a thing because I literally just finished reading the entire grand jury indictment against Jerry Sandusky. What have the children ever done? Why lash out against those who are unable to defend themselves? This is the behavior of cowards. I’m sure to most Americans candy isn’t even considered a luxury, candy here is ubiquitous & taken for granted. Can you imagine how excited & happy those small Afghan children would be to catch just a few pieces of candy from a U.S. soldier? Those little kids who don’t get enough to eat every day, who don’t have shoes, I’m sure feel like they’ve won a prize since they don’t often get to experience life’s small pleasures like getting to eat a silly piece of candy. These “American soldiers”, and I use that term loosely, are nothing but predatory scum that use the American military as an avenue/outlet for their own twisted & perverted desires. Disgusting. This is absolutely the antithesis of defending our freedoms.

  16. ParamisseNovember 12, 2011 at 8:51 pmReply

    I can’t stop crying this soldiers were insane so much
    I am Iranian and Afghan or Iranian need help and look instead helping us what they do with us they even killed a 15 years old child in a bad way
    America if you come to our country with this shape all of us will fight with you I’m 22 years old female transgender and I want to make you sure Iranian never can suffer such treatment so be careful with us !

  17. bosniaDecember 13, 2011 at 5:14 amReply

    fuck the Jews and the Americans … You will receive Allah’s punishment

  18. h3December 29, 2011 at 2:11 amReply

    the us people have a right question : why the Asian and Islamic people hate us and uk and many west country ? i say this to you . your country killed many of our brother your country think the west is better from Asian and Islamic people .for that pic and many more without any pic

  19. el pepeJune 4, 2014 at 5:12 pmReply

    Por eso les tumbaron las pinches torres bola de pendejos.

  20. AnonJune 4, 2014 at 8:07 pmReply

    People like to make judgements about a country based on the few bad seeds; makes such individuals no better than the bad seeds. Stop judging from the photos and the media; and these bad seeds. The same is found in every country.
    People who sit here and argue are no better as well. Your words mean and do nothing when spread on the comment sections.

    • Brett WilkinsJune 4, 2014 at 8:17 pmReplyAuthor

      Unfortunately, more than 120,000 innocent people have been killed as a result of the US-led ‘War on Terror.’

  21. PISCOPOLITANJune 4, 2014 at 8:46 pmReply

    COWARDS!!!! The American soldiers are not fighting for a country or freedom, they are fighting for big corporations, wall street and weapon manufacturers.

  22. War on CorruptionJune 4, 2014 at 9:56 pmReply

    This is EXACTLY why people like me are against our own Government. The complete disregard for human life by our police and Military has got to come to an end. It’s one thing to kill or be killed, but what these people are doing is for sport, not defense.

  23. ...June 4, 2014 at 10:41 pmReply

    Oh yeah lets say they did it because they had mental stress because they watched their friends die! It defines a man on how he acts under such mental pressure. There is a different between showing your anger to the enemie or to so poor person who cant do a thing against you! They should not be sentenced to death by a state they should be sentenced to vistit the familymembers of those they murdered UNARMED! An eye for an eye! A son for a son!!!

  24. OIF VetJune 5, 2014 at 6:42 amReply


  25. ChristopherJune 5, 2014 at 8:05 amReply

    I had a good long look at all the above published photos, trying to justify why anyone would want to take horrible pictures like these. To my mind the worst is the picture of a laughing marine posing next to a dead 15 year old child. That is truly insidious and is indicative of a psychopath.

  26. Artemis FowlJune 5, 2014 at 8:42 amReply

    They killed Osama bin Laden off for what he did to the people who are doing this. I’m not defending bin Laden, but this is exactly what the troops are supposedly fighting against. The Dark Knight quote comes to mind,” Either you die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

  27. MarioJune 5, 2014 at 11:15 amReply

    This is probably bullshit.
    Most likely muslim propaganda like they do against Israel. Use pictures with crafted lies to get sympathy and mislead. Those types of scenes are reminiscent of muslim atrocities.
    I don’t believe a single word of that article.
    Unfortunately there are lots of idiots who will recklessly and immediately swallow it -Hook,Line and Sinker.

    • Brett WilkinsJune 5, 2014 at 11:30 amReplyAuthor

      If it’s bullshit, why are the soldiers involved serving lengthy prison sentences for murder? Your attitude is typical: America is the greatest nation on earth, and Americans are incapable of atrocities. THAT, dear reader, is bullshit.

      • Darren DouglasAugust 16, 2015 at 5:36 pmReply

        Photos are disgusting war brings out worst in people esp when you witness your friend getting blown to bits by IED or suicide bombers you have clean his blood and guts from side of road thinking of their wife and kids back home and 9/11 built up lot anger and revenge eye for an eye innocent civilians become victims that is war I’ve never been to war I’d hope and pray I’d conduct myself within ROE but when faced and ordered to be fighting non uniformed enemy and seeing friends blown to bits by IED or some captured soldier beheaded and burnt in street I can’t honestly say how I would react can anyone who’s not faced this really say how they would act within ROE

  28. anon999June 5, 2014 at 6:12 pmReply

    Unfortunately when you are backed into a corner animal instinct takes over, as a two time vet I live with the faces everytime I close my eyes. While I took lives, I didnt feel the regret and comprehend what exactly I had done until later after I returned home. I carried a consuming RAGE and only after I came to terms with the fact we had no business in Panama or the Gulf did I realize it was senseless. They were in their homeland and we had NO GOD DAMN BUSINESS STICKING OUR NOSES IN THEIR PROBLEMS so now I suffer from the monster my country created

  29. MarioJune 6, 2014 at 5:26 amReply

    Look at their uniforms and boots, not a single drop of blood and then the story of throwing sweets to shoot the kids. Come on!
    And the picture of the guy smiling, that is one photo and not posed and not a video and the other guy could have said something stupid or funny.
    You can write anything under any picture like the lies that come staged from Gaza. Lots of proof of that.
    I will not believe it until I see enough convincing evidence. Like a video confession from any of those involved. Otherwise it is just PROPAGANDA.
    Especially from muslims who think lying is prestigious.

    • Brett WilkinsJune 6, 2014 at 11:52 amReplyAuthor

      Again, why, then, were the “kill team” members sentenced to lengthy prison sentences, including life for the ringleader?

  30. JIMJune 7, 2014 at 10:35 amReply

    There are no innocent “farmers” or “civilians” there, they allow the bad guys to refuge in their communities then that is what they get, good riddance.

    • Brett WilkinsJune 7, 2014 at 11:32 amReplyAuthor

      Where is your evidence that the murdered civilians did any of what you say? And even if they did, which there is no evidence that they did, why are people helping to defend their homeland against foreign invaders “bad guys?”

  31. freedomJune 9, 2014 at 3:21 pmReply

    this is ridiculous, you are just posting photos and saying want you want about them, sure that war brings up the worst of people and sure war is cruel and inocent die every day, sure i am against war but to say that american soldiers were just giving candy so they can kill kids its ridiculous, who told that? who the fuck said that? never forget terrorists who blew bombs in madrid and london and crashed the airplanes into the twin towers! i hate war but telling lies about it its just ridiculous!

    • Brett WilkinsJune 9, 2014 at 6:17 pmReplyAuthor

      Pfc Andrew Holmes, sentenced to 7 years in prison for murdering an innocent Afghan boy while on patrol with the “Kill Team,” testified that he and kill team leader Gibbs, sentenced to life in prison for murder of innocent Afghans, discussed tossing candy to children to lure them to their Stryker vehicle, where they would kill them. They didn’t do it, but they discussed it, according to at least one of the soldiers convicted of murder in the case.

  32. seanJune 12, 2014 at 10:03 amReply

    These are just pictures that someone that wasnt even there added captions to. Anyone that belives anything they read on the internet is an idiot. That “kid” could have been armed it happens all the time. Ive seen a 13 year old wearing a bomb suit.

    • Brett WilkinsJune 12, 2014 at 3:47 pmReplyAuthor

      Again, the soldiers in the photos have been convicted of war crimes and sentenced to prison, one of them for life.

  33. diliwaAugust 19, 2014 at 1:39 amReply

    No matter they kill as, torture as but inshaallah islam will rise.

  34. AnonOctober 26, 2014 at 11:51 amReply

    I find it amusing people think this is wrong. Yeah, i guess you could say that, but do you know what the taliban would do if they got a hold of a U.S Soldier? They would chop him up, mutilate him and do way way worse then what we do to dead taliban. What we do to them is mild.

    If someone was trying to kill you everyday of your life would you be nice to their body once you killed them?

    • Brett WilkinsOctober 29, 2014 at 1:36 pmReplyAuthor

      And so we are to hold ourselves to the moral standards of the Taliban?

  35. GetRealFebruary 21, 2015 at 3:14 amReply

    These US soldiers make ISIS look good.
    Very unfortunate that ISIS are killing innocent people, then again what has the US done?

  36. RyanMarch 16, 2015 at 9:16 pmReply

    What proof of Americans shooting kids with bullets is there? So what if they took pictures of dead thugs. These primitive pedophiles treat goats better than they do woman, leave ieds in the road not just for Americans but for neighbors that stole their chickens.Saw a kid get decapitated when his cow stepped on a fucking bomb that was meant for his stupid tribe over probably the ownership of a beauty queen donkey. Its easy for you empty headed fuck nuggets to hide behind your computer and talk shit about our military from “info” you got from a poorly written rolling stone article with no evidence to back It up other than someone in an american army uniform standing next to what looks like a dead thug that was probably trying to blow himself up to wound a couple people who believe in stupid Allah in a slightly different yet stupid way so he can get his hairy smelly virgins. For all you bozos that have never been there just go back to watching honey boo boo and eating your fatty cakes. Those hajjis eat better than we do cause most Americans will gladly give up their food to these animals since we go out of our way to win hearts and minds. I wish I had more hands any guns cause I would kill everyone of these ass clowns and all you empty headed supporters wherever you are. Islam is evil. Allah was a pig fucking pedophile. That is all. : )

    • Brett WilkinsMarch 16, 2015 at 9:48 pmReplyAuthor

      The soldiers involved were tried and convicted.

      Under a plea deal, Morlock received 24 years in prison and a dishonorable discharge for murdering three Afghan civilians, in return for testimony against other soldiers. By March 2011, eleven of the twelve soldiers charged were convicted of crimes. Their youngest victim was indeed a child, Gul Mudin, age 15.

      Now go back crawl back into your ignorant, racist, Islamophobic hole. You are a disgrace to humanity.

  37. James AymannOctober 6, 2015 at 7:25 pmReply

    I am a 70-year-old combat veteran of the Vietnam War with a service-connected disability. In June, 1967 I personally went to the Judge Adjutant General’s office at MACV headquarters and complained of the numerous atrocities being committed by US Army personnel. Before the month ended I was transferred from the Mekong Delta all the way to Chu Lai south of the DMZ. It is safe to presume that JAG took no further action. I became a fire team leader and my men and I befriended many of the Vietnamese villagers.
    This included the village of My Lai and other surrounding villages that were slaughtered in a search and destroy rampage by US Army personnel in 1968. Over 500 unarmed villagers to include infants were murdered. Lieut. Calley a pivotal and instrumental “player” in these murders issued a verbal apology at a Kiwanis club and received a standing ovation! Are you kidding me? The bottom line is that until we have a series of commander-in-chief’s that will stand up to the military-industrial complex, like JFK did, we will be involved in non-ending military conflicts with no rational basis. I will be including an article titled “The My Lai Massacre and other Atrocities” on my website and I will definitely link this article to it. Well written, you are clearly a principled man of conviction.

    • Brett WilkinsOctober 7, 2015 at 12:45 amReplyAuthor

      It is extremely important to hear the voices of veterans such as yourself, who know as nobody else can what war is about and who have realized, in the words of the great USMC General Smedley Butler, that “war is a racket.”

  38. James AymannOctober 17, 2015 at 12:28 amReply

    “War is a racket.” What an amazing quotation especially when you consider the source, a Marine Corps General born in 1881. (We share the same birthday) he wrote a short five chapter treatise on the subject and I will read it the first chance I get. There is currently a series on television titled “the fighting season.” Reality shows are staged and contrived. I don’t watch reality shows. This series is a reality show. What little I watched included a three star general to give it some sort of credibility. What I want to know is what is really going on. Gen. Butler was dead on, “war is a racket.” – Thanks for turning me on to the quotation.

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