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Rights groups say mistreatment was reported last year

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / May 8, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Human rights groups say they told top American officials in Iraq as early as last May that Iraqi prisoners in US custody were being abused, and warned in October about sexually humiliating practices at Abu Ghraib prison -- about half a year before the discovery of graphic photos led to the current scandal. (Full Article: 1096 Words)

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