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ABU GHRAIB

General says he backed interrogation limits

Notes concerns that he had over techniques

By Vivienne Walt
Globe Correspondent / May 18, 2004

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ABU GHRAIB, Iraq -- The American general who commands the facility at the center of the prison-abuse scandal said yesterday that he tried last summer to set limits to US military interrogation techniques in Iraq, including suggestions that soldiers stop using practices that appeared to violate the Geneva Conventions. (Full Article: 936 Words)

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