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Abuse led Navy to consider pulling Cuba interrogators

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / March 16, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Top US Navy officials were so outraged at abusive interrogation techniques being used at the Guantanamo Bay prison in late 2002 that they considered removing Navy interrogators from the operation, according to a portion of a recent Pentagon report that has not been made public. (Full article: 837 words)

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