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Iraq / Attacks / Abuse Pictures #773143

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 06, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A wicked weekend in Iraq with insurgents turning to Iraqi targets reviewed; scenes shown of fires at an oil pipeline near Samarra, an explosion at a storage facility in Kirkuk & murdered Iraqis, who worked for the US military in Tikrit. [In Iraq, Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD - says it has not turned out that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) A pretrial hearing for Spc. Charles Graner in the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse investigation reported.

(Pentagon: Barbara Starr) Questions about pictures of abuse taken by US Navy SEALs in Iraq examined; detainee "trophy-type" photos shown with the Navy's explanation given. [Military analyst Ken ROBINSON†- says you need to be aggressive with the enemy.]

Brown, Aaron;
Starr, Barbara

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