GIs ill-prepared, overwhelmed
By Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt
New York Times (reprinted in the Twin Cities Pioneer Press)
"Abu Ghraib Prison, the setting for abuse against Iraqi prisoners, was ripe for trouble. Novice military police, an unending crush of detainees, sagging morale, attacks from insurgents and command changes shaped the outcome."
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