The Road to Abu Ghraib
The collection of photographs begins like a travelogue from Iraq. Here are U.S. soldiers posing in front of a mosque. Here is a soldier riding a camel in the desert. And then: a soldier holding a leash tied around a man's neck in an Iraqi prison. He is naked, grimacing and lying on the floor.
A Prison on the Brink: Usual Military Checks and Balances Went Missing (Post, May 9, 2004, Page A01)
Pentagon Approved Tougher Interrogations (Post, May 9, 2004, Page A01)
As Insurgency Grew, So Did Prison Abuse: Needing Intelligence, U.S. Pressed Detainees (Post, May 10, 2004, Page A01)
Secret World of U.S. Interrogation: Long History of Tactics in Overseas Prisons Is Coming to Light (Post, May 11, 2004, Page A01)
New Details of Prison Abuse Emerge: Abu Ghraib Detainees' Statements Describe Sexual Humiliation And Savage Beatings (Post, May 21, 2004, Page A01)
: Videos Amplify Picture of Violence (Post, May 21, 2004, Page A01)
Punishment and Amusement: Documents Indicate 3 Photos Were Not Staged for Interrogation (Post, May 22, 2004, Page A01)
General Is Said To Have Urged Use of Dogs (Post, May 26, 2004, Page A01)
Dates on Prison Photos Show Two Phases of Abuse (Post, June 1, 2004, Page A01)
Memo Offered Justification for Use of Torture: Justice Dept. Gave Advice in 2002 (Post, June 8, 2004, Page A01)
Detainees' Medical Files Shared: Guantanamo Interrogators' Access Criticized (Post, June 10, 2004, Page A01)
Use of Dogs to Scare Prisoners Was Authorized: Military Intelligence Personnel Were Involved, Handlers Say (Post, June 11, 2004, Page A01)
A Look Behind the 'Wire' At Guantanamo: Defense Memos Raised Questions About Detainee Treatment as Red Cross Sought Changes (Post, June 13, 2004, Page A01)
U.S. Struggled Over How Far to Push Tactics: Documents Show Back-and-Forth on Interrogation Policy (Post, June 24, 2004, Page A01)
CIA Puts Harsh Tactics On Hold: Memo on Methods Of Interrogation Had Wide Review (Post, June 27, 2004, Page A01)
Documents Helped Sow Abuse, Army Report Finds: Top Officials Did Not Make Interrogation Policies Clear (Post, August 30, 2004, Page A01)
Memo Lets CIA Take Detainees Out of Iraq: Practice Is Called Serious Breach of Geneva Conventions (Post, October 24, 2004, Page A01)
At Guantanamo, a Prison Within a Prison: CIA Has Run a Secret Facility for Some Al Qaeda Detainees, Officials Say (Post, December 17, 2004, Page A01)
Jet Is an Open Secret in Terror War (Post, December 27, 2004, Page A01)

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