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US stops plan to return convicted soldier to Iraq

U.S. military commanders reversed plans to send a soldier convicted of offenses at the Abu Ghraib prison back to Iraq after news media disclosed the deployment, the U.S. Army said on Friday. Spc. Santos Cardona, a dog handler during his assignment at Abu Ghraib, was convicted in June of using his dog to assault a prisoner at the jail outside Baghdad. He was sent with his military police unit from the United States to Kuwait late last month and had been preparing to go into Iraq, the army said. Full Story

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