According to the British weekly The Observer, a special unit of the Iraqi police, despite their torturing resistance prisoners, could have been financed by the Anglo-Saxon Coalition. Several pictures taken at morgues and during postmortem examinations would prove the tortures inflicted on prisoners: burns, strangulations, fractures and application of electricity. Be that as it may, the Coalition has delivered significant amounts of weapons, ammunition and other things to that unit, which acts in the same locations of the Iraqi Interior Ministry. The director of the London-based Human Right Watch office Steve Crawshaw has corroborated the conclusions of this investigation. “There have been various attempts to make people believe that after Saddam Hussein’s fall, everything is rose-colored in Iraq. However, what is happening there with the support of the officials is horrible and has to be stopped”, he said.