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Guantanamo probe finds violations

Interrogation reform urged

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / July 13, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- A Pentagon investigation of the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison camp has corroborated allegations that interrogators inappropriately touched inmates, used menacing dogs to force them to talk, and chained prisoners in the fetal position, and on at least three occasions violated the Geneva Conventions, according to congressional aides familiar with the previously undisclosed findings. (Full article: 654 words)

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