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Army Report Finds 'Serious Misconduct' at Abu Ghraib

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Army Report Finds 'Serious Misconduct' at Abu Ghraib

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Army Report Finds 'Serious Misconduct' at Abu Ghraib

Army Report Finds 'Serious Misconduct' at Abu Ghraib

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Army generals Paul Kern, Anthony Jones and George Fay discuss the so-called Fay report. Reuters hide caption

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An Army investigation finds that more than two dozen members of an intelligence unit at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq either requested abuses of prisoners there or went along with them. The head of the investigation says there was "serious misconduct and a loss of moral values" at Abu Ghraib. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.