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PROMISES, PROMISES: Waiting for Abu Ghraib amends

Fending off demands that he resign over the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, then-Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld told Congress in 2004 that he had found a legal way to compensate Iraqi detainees who suffered "grievous and brutal abuse and cruelty at the hands of a few members of the United States arFull story

No amends yet for Abu Ghraib abuse victims?

The Army says about 30 former Abu Ghraib prisoners are seeking compensation from the U.S. Army Claims Service. Those claims are still being investigated; many do not involve inmate abuse. Full story

PROMISES, PROMISES: No amends yet for Abu Ghraib?

Former Bush administration Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld promised six years ago he would make sure that Iraqi detainees abused by American troops at the Abu Ghraib prison would be compensated. Full story

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  At Camp Cropper, lessons learned from Abu Ghraib

Oct. 6: Camp Cropper, a high security detainment camp near the Baghdad airport run by the U.S. military, will be the last detention facility to be handed over to Iraqi control in August 2010.  Since the Abu Ghraib prison scandal in 2004, the U.S. military has changed how it runs prisons, and now off

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