1 of 10 Photographs shown to a court martial where three soldiers from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers faced charges over the ill-treatment of civilian prisoners at a humanitarian aid camp in Iraq, 2003. WARNING: Graphic content
2 of 10 Twenty-two photos were released by the court martial, some with captions identifying the soldiers.
3 of 10 The soldier identified as L/Cpl Mark Cooley aims a simulated punch at an Iraqi detainee bound from the waist up in blue netting.
4 of 10 L/Cpl Cooley drives a fork lift with an Iraqi tied to the front, his upper body bound in netting. The soldier says he was moving the man "out of the sun".
5 of 10 Two naked Iraqis simulate a sex act while giving the 'thumbs up' sign to the camera.
6 of 10 The soldiers were accused of abusing looters who were being detained at the camp after attempting to steal powdered milk and food.
7 of 10 L/Cpl Cooley was charged with the "simulated kicking", for a photograph, of an Iraqi detainee. This charge was dropped during the court martial.
8 of 10 L/Cpl Darren Larkin stands on an Iraqi, with one foot on his leg and another near his shoulder.
9 of 10 L/Cpl Darren Larkin admitted one charge of assaulting an unknown man at the camp but denied another charge. The other two soldiers pleaded not guilty.
10 of 10 Two soldiers were convicted of three and two charges and a third soldier admitted assault.