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Military Chain of Command and Iraqi Prison Abuse

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Military Chain of Command and Iraqi Prison Abuse

Military Chain of Command and Iraqi Prison Abuse

Military Chain of Command and Iraqi Prison Abuse

Only Available in Archive Formats.

At what point does following orders become a criminal offense? It's a central question on Capital Hill as lawmakers probe the Iraqi prisoner abuses in Abu Ghraib. But Giorgio Ra'Shadd, attorney for Pvt. Lynddie England, says his client is being made into a scapegoat. NPR's Tony Cox discusses issues surrounding the case with former Army interrogator Mike Ritz and retired Navy Capt. Lory Manning.

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