At first he didn't want to talk, but after a few beers the Turkish translator and former employee of Titan - one of the largest American companies providing "human resources" to the U. The experiences recounted by the young translator, "Massoud," proved that low morale and the kind of lurid misconduct that have plagued the army since last April's Abu Ghraib scandal were actually endemic since the war began in March Titan's Travails Titan, of course, became infamous partially because of Abu Ghraib. At least one of its contract workers, Adel Nahkla, was allegedly involved with chronic torture and abuse of Iraqi prisoners. Other civilian contractors like the mysterious Stephen Stephanowicz and John Israel of CACI - another "human resources" company with a checkered past and gilded future - were also accused of being involved.
Now the Iraq war hinges on a sex scandal | The Sunday Times
Four soldiers were alleged to have raped the two women while on guard duty in a Baghdad shopping precinct. A US army investigator interviewed several soldiers from the military unit, the th battalion of the 3rd Infantry Brigade - but did not locate or interview the Iraqi women involved - before shutting down the inquiry for lack of evidence. Transcripts of the investigation, obtained by the Guardian from the American Civil Liberties Union, show only the most cursory attempts by the investigator to establish whether the women were raped. The soldiers claimed the women were prostitutes, or denied any knowledge of any one in their unit having sex while deployed in Iraq. The statements went largely unchallenged. I however don't know if they were raped, or were prostitutes, or just wanted sex," one soldier told investigators.
But they didn't expect to be surrounded by armed guards, disarmed, detained against their will — and fired without explanation. It was March 12 — less than two months ago. They'd uncovered evidence that Sallyport employees were involved in sex trafficking , they said.
New sex charges against U. Lynndie England, the female soldier photographed holding an Iraqi prisoner on a leash in an abuse scandal that rattled the U. The new charges against England were unrelated to mistreatment of Iraqis, the officials said. England became pregnant in Iraq and media reports have said the father is one of her superiors, Sgt. Charles Graner, who also has been charged in the abuse scandal.
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