Blame extends to top for faulty war execution
Peter Grier and Faye Bowers - Staff Writers
The Christian Science Monitor
The issue has returned to headlines this week due to several factors: In Germany, court proceedings against some of the lower-level soldiers charged with abuse have reached turning points, and in Washington, two panels charged with investigating Abu Ghraib have made their findings public.
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