Abu Ghraib Prison

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Central Torture Agency? (By Jeffrey H. Smith, November 9, 2005, Page A31)
 
Cheney Plan Exempts CIA From Bill Barring Abuse of Detainees (Post, October 25, 2005, Page A01)
 
A Future Investigation (October 16, 2005, Page B06)
 
Following Up: Nine Explain Interrogation Votes (Post, October 7, 2005, Page A21)
 
Lawmaker Tours Become Part of Guantanamo Life: Pentagon Responds to Critics With a PR Push (Post, August 6, 2005, Page A01)
 
Documents Tell of Brutal Improvisation by GIs: Interrogated General's Sleeping-Bag Death, CIA's Use of Secret Iraqi Squad Are Among Details (Post, August 3, 2005, Page A01)
 
Army General Advised Using Dogs at Abu Ghraib, Officer Testifies (Post, July 28, 2005, Page A18)
 
Abu Ghraib Dog Tactics Came From Guantanamo: Testimony Further Links Procedures at 2 Facilities (Post, July 27, 2005, Page A14)
 
A Need for Congress (July 24, 2005, Page B06)
 
White House Aims to Block Legislation on Detainees (Post, July 23, 2005, Page A01)
 
Military Lawyers Fought Policy on Interrogations: JAGs Recount Objections To Definition of Torture (Post, July 15, 2005, Page A01)
 
Abu Ghraib Tactics Were First Used at Guantanamo (Post, July 14, 2005, Page A01)
 
Tortured Arguments (By Juliette N. Kayyem, July 10, 2005, Page B01)
 
Review Calls Abuse Cases Isolated (Post, July 8, 2005, Page A21)
 
Regaining Respect (By Jeffrey H. Smith, June 27, 2005, Page A15)
 
Medics Are Ordered to Report Abuse (Post, June 17, 2005, Page A07)
 
Guantanamo Bay to Stay Open, Cheney Says: Vice President Defends Treatment of Prisoners at Facility for Alleged Terrorists (Post, June 14, 2005, Page A06)
 
Hyperbole and Human Rights (By E. J. Dionne Jr., June 3, 2005, Page A23)
 
Inmates Alleged Koran Abuse: FBI Papers Cite Complaints as Early as 2002 (Post, May 26, 2005, Page A01)
 
Army Warns Iraqi Forces On Abuse Of Detainees (Post, May 20, 2005, Page A01)
 
Audit of Iraq Spending Spurs Criminal Probe (Post, May 5, 2005, Page A22)
 
Pfc. England to Plead Guilty to Abu Ghraib Abuses (washingtonpost.com, May 2, 2005; 7:36 AM)
 
Rights Groups Reject Prison Abuse Findings (Post, April 24, 2005, Page A20)
 
Top Army Officers Are Cleared in Abuse Cases: One General Will Likely Get Reprimand Over Abu Ghraib (Post, April 23, 2005, Page A01)
 
Senior Army Officers Are Cleared in Abuse Cases: Karpinski Is Recommended To Receive a Reprimand (Post, April 23, 2005)
 

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