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Colonel accused of aiding enemy in Iraq

A U.S. officer has been accused of aiding the enemy — a charge that carries the death penalty — for allegedly providing an unmonitored cell phone to detainees while he commanded an MP detachment at the jail that held Saddam Hussein, the military said Thursday. Army Lt. Col. William H. Steele faces nine charges in all, including fraternizing with a prisoner’s daughter, storing and marking classified material, maintaining an inappropriate relationship with an interpreter and possessing pornographic videos. Full Story

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