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Orders for new civilian interrogators suspended

Contract award under scrutiny

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / May 26, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Despite an internal Army report accusing civilian contractors of abusing prisoners in Iraq, the US Army indicated in writing last week that it is "satisfied with the services" of civilian interrogators from CACI International , the defense subcontractor that supplied dozens of interrogators to the Abu Ghraib prison, an Interior Department spokesman said. (Full Article: 621 Words)

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