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U.S. Says Israel Not Involved in Iraq Interrogations

The U.S. military on Tuesday denied that Israel had been involved in any interrogations of prisoners held in Iraq. The comment came after a U.S. Army general, once in charge of Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison, said on Saturday that she met an Israeli interrogator during her time there, appearing to confirm speculation that Israel might have helped the U.S.-led coalition. “I can definitely say that … Israel has not been involved in interrogations here in any way, to include providing interrogators,” Army Lt. Col. Barry Johnson, a spokesman for the U.S. detainee operations in Iraq, said in an e-mail response to a query from Reuters.Full Story

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