The true story of the man who became the hangman for the most notorious prison in the world. Built originally in the early part of the 20th century, Abu Ghraib stood outside Baghdad as the general prison for the local population, it housed the petty thief and the rapist, the murderer and the politician. When Saddam Hussein took hold of Iraq he needed someone to help him in his bid to cleanse Iraq of it's detritus, he needed someone to be his hangman. He found that man inside the walls of Abu Ghraib. After the fall of Saddam in 2003 his employment continued with a new master and new duties, the CIA now gave him orders and his talents as a hangman were second only to his talents as a torturer. When the world's eyes focused on Abu Ghraib and the atrocities committed there he found his means of escape, only then, could his story be told.
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