Committee on Foreign Relations
U.S. Government Printing Office
The Foreign Relations Committee now has in its possession 14 tons of captured Iraqi secret police documents. These documents provide an extraordinary insight into the character of Iraqi rule over the Kurds. They include the orders for the destruction of thousands of villages, the interrogation and torture records of Kurdish civilians, and the paper work associated with many of the 200,000 or more murders committed by Iraq's Ba'ath regime in the period 1987-1990. Combined with other evidence coming out of Kurdistan, these documents support the proposition that Iraq ...