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Prisoner Abuse / Iraq / Graner Court-Martial / Danner Interview #776935

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 14, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Ft. Hood, Texas: Susan Candiotti) The conviction of Spc. Charles Graner for his role in the prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib in Iraq featured; courtroom sketches by Pat Lopez & abuse photos shown; details given of the defense arguments presented by attorney Guy Womack & the prosecution's response & statements from his parents quoted.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio interview held with "Torture & Truth" editor/"New Yorker" writer Mark Danner† about torture of terrorist prisoners. [DANNER - outlines the arguments about prisoner abuse presented in the documents in the book; recounts the administration's approach to interrogation that led the US away from the Geneva Conventions; describes the waterboarding torture technique.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Candiotti, Susan
Duration:
00:07:30

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