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Ex-Abu Ghraib detainees sue military contractors for torture

Four former Abu Ghraib detainees filed lawsuits [links to plaintiffs' materials] Monday against two private US military contractors and three of their employees, alleging torture, war crimes and civil conspiracy. The former detainees said that employees of CACI International and L-3 Communications, which performed interrogation and interpretation work for the US military, violated the Geneva Convention, the Army Field Manual and US law by torturing and conspiring to torture the detainees. [also includes summary of previously filed cases against CACI & L-3 subsidiary Titan]

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CACI & L-3 face four new lawsuits in USA regarding Abu Ghraib abuses

Abu Ghraib lawsuits against CACI, Titan (now L-3)