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2 Sergeants Charged in Iraq Prison Abuse

Two American soldiers who said that high-ranking officers authorized them to use dogs to intimidate Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib prison were charged yesterday with abuse. They are the latest to face courts-martial in the scandal. The two, Sgt. Michael J. Smith and Sgt. Santos A. Cardona, were accused of conspiracy, dereliction of duty, assault and maltreating detainees. The government indictment said the two men brought unmuzzled dogs to bark and growl at the prisoners in an effort to make them urinate or defecate on themselves. Full Story

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