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9 Jan 2013

Marjorie Censer, Washington Post

Abu Ghraib scandal continuing to create repercussions for contractors

Years after the Abu Ghraib scandal, the repercussions continue to ripple, as...Engility has paid a $5.28 million settlement to dozens of former detainees who claimed mistreatment at that and other U.S.-run detention sites in Iraq…CACI International is preparing for its own trial. Its employees are accused of being part of a group that tortured and beat detainees and deprived them of food and water…CACI is vowing to fight the suit, which could go to trial this year. For these sizeable contractors, a settlement of several million dollars generally isn’t damaging to stock prices, but analysts said the companies are focused on defending their record. [also refers to L-3 Communications]