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US military firms accused of involvement in Abu Ghraib (CACI, Titan) continue to receive major defence contracts

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Article
13 January 2005

The Sky's the Limit

Author: Ari Berman, Nation [USA]

...the Washington Post disclosed a $16 million contract renewal from the Pentagon to defense company CACI...one of the two main civilian contractors implicated in the prisoner abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison. And just yesterday, the other major contractor, the Titan Corporation, won a new $164 million deal from the Defense Department.

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Article
20 December 2004

CACI in Iraq - Frequently Asked Questions and Special Information

Author: CACI

CACI's business in Iraq has been the subject of many erroneous, misleading and false information reports in the press and media. We are confident that when people know the facts, they will see that we have performed appropriately throughout, in accordance with our longstanding reputation for excellence.

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Article
7 May 2004

Statement Issued by Gene Ray, Titan's Chairman, President & CEO

Author: Titan

...To clarify inaccuracies in a number of news media reports, Titan’s role in Iraq is to serve as translators and interpreters for the U.S. Army. The company’s contract is for linguists, not interrogators...Titan is committed to full cooperation with government investigations into these matters. Should evidence arise of unethical or illegal behavior, we will take appropriate action.

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