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[PDF] Al-Shimari, et al. v. CACI Premier Technology, et al. - Brief for Plaintiffs-Appellants

Plaintiffs are four Iraqi civilians who were tortured and otherwise seriously abused while detained at Abu Ghraib prison, before their eventual release without charge. Plaintiffs…sued CACI Premier Technology, Inc. (“CACI”), a corporation hired by the U.S. government to provide interrogation services, for conspiring with low-level U.S. military personnel to torture and abuse detainees at the Abu Ghraib “Hard Site” in 2003-2004. A number of CACI’s co-conspirators…who provided testimony in this case implicating CACI, were convicted by U.S. courts martial for their role in abusing detainees. Several military investigations attributed responsibility to CACI employees for directing and participating in abuses at Abu Ghraib.

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