Army Clears Top Brass in Abu Ghraib Scandal The Army exonerates four top officers, including Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, of wrongdoing at Abu Ghraib prison. The report does recommend punishment for Reserve Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski, who was in charge of all Iraq prisons at the time of the prisoner-abuse scandal.
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Army Clears Top Brass in Abu Ghraib Scandal

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Army Clears Top Brass in Abu Ghraib Scandal

Army Clears Top Brass in Abu Ghraib Scandal

Army Clears Top Brass in Abu Ghraib Scandal

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The Army exonerates four top officers, including Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, of wrongdoing at Abu Ghraib prison. The report does recommend punishment for Reserve Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski, who was in charge of all Iraq prisons at the time of the prisoner-abuse scandal.