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19 May 2013

Judge weighs motions that could result in dismissal of Abu Ghraib claims against CACI

Author: Marjorie Censer, Washington Post

After five years,…defense contractor CACI International and four plaintiffs who allege abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq are awaiting a judge’s decision that could dismiss the case. U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee is weighing whether a...

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10 May 2013

Judge in Abu Ghraib case: 'Sooner or later, plaintiffs have to come to court'

Author: Todd Spangler, Detroit Free Press [USA]

A group of men who claim a defense contractor is to blame for their mistreatment at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq will have to wait a little longer to see if their civil case goes forward…U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee heard arguments from CACI...

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8 May 2013

Hearing on Defendant CACI's motion to dismiss Plaintiffs' ATS claims in Al Shimari v. CACI

Author: Center for Constitutional Rights

On Friday, May 10, [Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR)] has an important oral argument in our case against private military contractor CACI for torture at Abu Ghraib. CACI seeks dismissal of Plaintiffs’ Alien Tort Statute (“ATS”) claims following...

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30 April 2013

[PDF] Private military & security companies & their impacts on human rights - Bulletin Issue 4

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Welcome to our fourth PMSC Bulletin. To assist those interested in private military & security companies (PMSCs) and their impacts on human rights, we publish this bulletin semi-annually to highlight key developments reported by NGOs, governments...

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29 April 2013

Seeking Corporate Accountability for Crimes at Abu Ghraib

Author: Laura Raymond, Center for Constitutional Rights in Truthout

While some of the low-level soldiers involved in the [Abu Ghraib] abuses were punished, nine years after the notorious photos exposed these crimes to the world, the civilian interrogators who ordered the abuse have not been prosecuted…The only...

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7 April 2013

CACI, plaintiffs preparing for trial over Abu Ghraib allegations

Author: Marjorie Censer, Washington Post

CACI International has won some early legal skirmishes in advance of a trial based on allegations that employees of one of its units were part of a group that abused detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. Last month, the District Court for the...

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20 March 2013

Iraq War Contractors Fight On Against Lawsuits, Investigations, Fines [USA]

Author: Christina Wilkie, Huffington Post

Until recently, many of the war's most controversial…U.S. contractors faced relatively few repercussions for their conduct in Iraq…But a handful of court rulings in the past two years have put big-name Iraq War contractors on the defensive against...

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8 March 2013

Federal Judge Dismisses Much of Abu Ghraib Torture Suit Against Contractor

Author: Matthew Barakat, Associated Press

At a hearing in U.S. District Court, Judge Gerald Bruce Lee tossed out claims that CACI conspired to torture the four men who filed the suit. Some other claims can still go forward, including allegations that CACI aided and abetted torture, but will...

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5 March 2013

The Privatization of War: Mercenaries, Private Military and Security Companies (PMSC)

Author: Jose Luis Gomez del Prado, for Global Research

The new security industry of private companies moves large quantities of weapons and military equipment. It provides services for military operations recruiting former militaries as civilians to carry out passive or defensive security. However, these...

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9 January 2013

Abu Ghraib scandal continuing to create repercussions for contractors

Author: Marjorie Censer, Washington Post

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...

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