Iraq Prison Report May Clear Top Commanders A long-awaited U.S. Army report about prison abuses at Abu Ghraib finds that senior U.S. commanders created conditions that allowed the abuses to happen. But the so-called Fay report, not yet officially released, finds no evidence of responsibility for the abuses above the brigade commander level. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.

Iraq Prison Report May Clear Top Commanders

Iraq Prison Report May Clear Top Commanders

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A long-awaited U.S. Army report about prison abuses at Abu Ghraib finds that senior U.S. commanders created conditions that allowed the abuses to happen. But the so-called Fay report, not yet officially released, finds no evidence of responsibility for the abuses above the brigade commander level. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.