This time in Mosul:
Yasir Rubaii Saeed al-Qutaji describes how loud western music was played and cold water poured over his body; he said he was also threatened with sexual abuse.
"For the next 15 hours they tried to break me down by taking me frequently inside and repeating the stripping, cold water and loud music sequence," he says.
"Due to the very loud music," he adds, "they would talk to me via a loudspeaker that was placed next to my ears."
The beatings did not leave a mark on his body because his attackers wore special gloves, he says.
Mr al-Qutaji says he was a founder member of the Islamic Organisation for Human Rights. He claims that other prisoners were treated even worse. "Some were burnt with fire, others [had] bandaged broken arms."
And they wonder why Iraqis hate them...