Senators Slam CIA on Iraq Jail The Senate Armed Services Committee holds hearings on prison abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison, leveling sharp criticism at the CIA. Army reports that the CIA brought dozens of "ghost" detainees to the prison led senators from both parties to call the practice "unacceptable." NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.
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Senators Slam CIA over Secret Detainees at Iraqi Prison

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Senators Slam CIA over Secret Detainees at Iraqi Prison

Senators Slam CIA over Secret Detainees at Iraqi Prison

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The Senate Armed Services Committee holds hearings on prison abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison, leveling sharp criticism at the CIA. Army reports that the CIA brought dozens of "ghost" detainees to the prison led senators from both parties to call the practice "unacceptable." NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.

Army Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba, right, looks toward Gen. Paul Kern (far left) and Lt. Gen. Anthony Jones during a hearing on Iraqi prisoner abuse. Reuters hide caption

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Army Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba, right, looks toward Gen. Paul Kern (far left) and Lt. Gen. Anthony Jones during a hearing on Iraqi prisoner abuse. Reuters hide caption

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