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[video] Abu Ghraib: A justice denied

[A US court has dismissed the case against CACI over alleged involvement in abuses at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.] What are the wider implications of the ruling, now that military contractors play such a central role in US operations abroad and what precedent has been set for holding US corporations accountable for crimes committed overseas? Inside Story Americas, with presenter Shihab Rattansi, discusses with guests: Shereef Akeel, one of the lead lawyers on the Abu Ghraib against CACI; and Marco Simons, the legal director for EarthRights International. We did ask CACI to join our discussion but they did not respond…[Also refers to Chiquita, Shell]

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