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Report by Human Rights Watch - April 2005

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Getting Away with Torture?
Command Responsibility for the U.S. Abuse of Detainees

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Executive Summary
I. Official Sanction of Crimes against Detainees
II. A World of Abuse
III. Getting Away with Torture
-- In-house Investigations down the Chain of Command
-- Prosecuting Some Soldiers, Belatedly
IV. Impunity for the Architects of Illegal Policy
-- Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
-- Former CIA Director George Tenet
-- Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez
-- Major General Geoffrey Miller
-- Other Generals in Iraq
-- Abu Ghraib-based Officers
V. Non-Governmental Attempts at Accountability
VI. The Need for a Special Prosecutor
VII. An Independent Commission
Annex — A Note on Command Responsibility
Human Rights Watch Reports - April 2005 - Vol. 17, No. 1(G)