Has anybody mentioned this?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,2763,1206725,00.htmlA military report into the Abu Ghraib case - parts of which were made available to the Guardian - makes it clear that private contractors were supervising interrogations in the prison, which was notorious for torture and executions under Saddam Hussein.One civilian contractor was accused of raping a young, male prisoner but has not been charged because military law has no jurisdiction over him.
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