report by Human Rights Watch, United States soldiers have for the first time come forward to describe torture and other abuse by the U.S. military in Iraq, and the failure of superior officers to stop it. Human Rights Watch's report has revitalized a discussion in the United States Congress of detainee abuse by the military. " />
October 5, 2005

In a new report by Human Rights Watch, United States soldiers have for the first time come forward to describe torture and other abuse by the U.S. military in Iraq, and the failure of superior officers to stop it. Human Rights Watch's report has revitalized a discussion in the United States Congress of detainee abuse by the military.