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D.C. Appeals Court to Rule on CACI and L-3 Complicity in Abu Ghraib Torture

Author: Center for Constitutional Rights, Published on: 10 February 2009

Today, attorneys for torture victims abused in the notorious Abu Ghraib prison and elsewhere in Iraq asked the federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to affirm a lower court ruling letting the lawsuit proceed to trial against CACI International Inc. and overturn as premature the summary judgment granted to L-3… Filed in June 2004, Saleh v. CACI et al. charged the companies with torture and other heinous and illegal acts while they provided interrogation and translation services, respectively, at detention facilities in Iraq, including Abu Ghraib.

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Related companies: CACI L-3 Communications L-3 Titan (part of L-3 Communications)